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Full text of "North Carolina Register v.12 no. 5 (9/2/1997)"

NORTH CAROLINA 

REGISTER 



VOLUME 12 • ISSUE 5 • Pages 334 - 442 
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IN THIS ISSUE 

Revenue - Tax Review Board ' l 

Voting Rights Letters 

Environment, Health, and Natural Resources 

Human Resources 

Labor 

Nursing, Board of {t 

Psychology Board ' *' 

Public Education 

Speech and Language Pathologists & Audiologists 

Transportation 

Rules Review Commission ' 

Contested Case Decisions 



PUBLISHED BY 

The Office of Administrative Hearings 
Rules Division 
PO Drawer 27447 
Raleigh, NC 27611-7447 
Telephone (919) 733-2678 
Fax (919) 733-3462 



This publication is printed on permanent, acid-free paper in compliance with G.S. 125-1 1.13 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2011 with funding from 

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 



http://www.archive.org/details/northcarolinareg125nort 



NORTH CAROLINA 



IN THIS ISSUE 




Volume 12, Issue 5 
Pages 334 - 442 



I. IN ADDITION 

Voting Rights Letters 334-335 

Revenue 

Tax Review Board 336 



n. RULE-MAKING PROCEEDINGS 

Environment, Health, and Natural Resources 

Wildlife Resources Commission 337 

Human Resources 

Medical Assistance 337 

Licensing Boards 

Nursing, Board of 338 

Psychology Board 338 

Transportation 

Highways, Division of 337 - 338 



September 2, 1997 



This issue contains documents officially filed 
through August 12, 1997. 



in. PROPOSED RULES 

Environment, Health, and Natural Resources 

Environmental Management Commission 414-418 

Marine Fisheries Commission 418 - 426 

Human Resources 

Medical Care Commission 339 - 354 

Labor 

Occupational Safety & Health, Division of 354 - 414 

Licensing Boards 

Speech and Language Pathologists and 

Audiologists, Board of Examiners 427 - 430 



Office of Administrative Hearings 

Rules Division 

424 North Blount Street (27601) 

PO Drawer 27447 

Raleigh, NC 27611-7447 

(919) 733-2678 

FAX (919) 733-3462 



Julian Mann III, Director 

James R. Scarcella Sr., Deputy Director 

Molly Masich, Director of APA Services 

Ruby Creech, Publications Coordinator 

Jean Shirley, Editorial Assistant 
Linda Richardson, Editorial Assistant 



IV. TEMPORARY RULES 

Environment, Health, and Natural Resources 

Marine Fisheries Commission 431 - 433 

Public Education 
Elementary & Secondary Education 433 - 434 

V. RULES REVIEW COMMISSION 435-437 

VI. CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 

Index to ALJ Decisions 438 - 441 

VII. CUMULATIVE INDEX 1-43 



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IN ADDITION 



This Section contains public notices that are required to be published in the Register or have been approved by the Codifier 
of Rules for publication. 



IKP:DHH:ALP:tlb 
DJ 166-012-3 
97-1496 



U.S. Department of Justice 
Civil Rights Division 



Voting Section 
P.O. Box 66128 
Washington. D. C. 20035-6128 



July 25, 1997 



Jesse L. Warren, Esq. 

City Attorney 

P.O. Box 3136 

Greensboro, North Carolina 27402-3136 

Dear Mr. Warren: 

This refers to four annexations (Ordinance Nos. 97-63, 97-65, 97-66 and 97-69) and their designation to districts of the 
City of Greensboro in Guilford County, North Carolina, submitted to the Attorney General pursuant to Section 5 of the Voting 
Rights Act, 42 U.S.C. 1973c. We received your submission on May 28, 1997. 

The Attorney General does not interpose any objection to the specified changes. However, we note that Section 5 expressly 
provides that the failure of the Attorney General to object does not bar subsequent litigation to enjoin the enforcement of the 
changes. See the Procedures for the Administration of Section 5 (28 C.F.R. 51.41). 

Please be advised that it is imnecessary to provide multiple copies of documents when making a Section 5 submission. 

Sincerely, 

Isabelle Katz Pinzler 

Acting Assistant Attorney General 

Civil Rights Division 

By: 

Elizabeth Johnson 

for Chief, Voting Section 



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U.S. Depanment of Justice 
Civil Rights Division 



IKP:DHH:NT:tlb Voting Section 

DJ 166-012-3 P.O. Box 66128 

97-1494 Washington. D.C. 20035-6128 

97-2027 



July 28, 1997 

David A. Holec, Esq. 

City Attorney 

P.O. Box 7207 

Greenville, North Carolina 27835-7207 

Dear Mr. Holec: 

This refers to ten annexations (Ordinance Nos. 97-25, 97-31, 97-33, 97-34, 97-45, and 97-52 through 97-56) and theii 
designation to districts of the City of Greenville in Pitt County, North Carolina, submitted to the Attorney General pursuant to 
Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act, 42 U.S.C. 1973c. We received your submissions on May 28 and July 14, 1997. 

The Attorney General does not interpose any objection to the specified changes. However, we note that Section 5 expressly 
provides that the failure of the Attorney General to object does not bar subsequent litigation to enjoin the enforcement of the 
changes. In addition, as authorized by Section 5, we reserve the right to reexamine these submissions if additional information that 
would otherwise require an objection comes to our attention during the remainder of the sixty-day review period. See the 
Procedures for the Administration of Section 5 (28 C.F.R. 51.41 and 51.43). 

Sincerely, 

Isabelle Katz Pinzler 

Acting Assistant Attorney General 

Civil Rights Division 

By: 

Elizabeth Johnson 

for Chief, Voting Section 



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IN ADDITION 



STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 

COUNTY OF WAKE 

IN THE MATTER OF: 
The Denial of Sales and Use Tax Claims for 
Refund for the period of January 10, 1990 through 
August 21, 1992, by the Secretary of Revenue against 
Inacom Business Centers, Inc. 



BEFORE THE 
TAX REVIEW BOARD 



ADMINISTRATIVE 
DECISION NUMBER: 334 



THIS MATTER was heard before the Tax Review Board (hereinafter "Board") on Tuesday, April 22, 1997, in the office 
of the State Treasurer in the City of Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina. It involved a Petition for administrative review filed by 
Inacom Business Centers, Inc. (hereinafter "Taxpayer") from the Final Decision of Michael A. Hannah, Assistant Secretary for Legal 
and Administrative Services for the Department of Revenue (hereinafter "Assistant Secretary") entered on August 23, 1996, denying 
Taxpayer's request for refund of sales taxes collected upon the sales of computer software for the period of January 10, 1990 through 
August 21, 1992. 

Chairman Harlan E. Boyles, State Treasurer presided over the hearing with ex officio member, Jo Anne Sanford, Chairman, 
Utilities Commission and duly appointed member, Noel L. Allen, attorney at law. 

Gerald Johnson, Wilma Ross and Dell Evans appeared at the hearing on behalf of the Taxpayer; George W. Boylan, Special 
Deputy Attorney General, appeared on behalf of the Department of Revenue. Pursuant to G.S. §1 05-24 1.2(bl), the Tax Review Board 
conducted the hearing upon review of the petition, the final decision, the record, the brief and documents filed in this matter. 

The scope of administrative review for petitions filed with the Tax Review Board is governed by G.S. §1 05-24 1.2(b2). After 
conducting a hearing, G.S. §1 05-24 1.2(b2) states in pertinent part that: 

(b2)... "the Board shall confirm, modify, reverse, reduce, or increase the assessment or decision 
of the Secretary." 

AND IT APPEARING TO THE BOARD: after review of the petition, the final decision, the record, the brief and documents 
filed in this matter, and upon carefully considering the arguments presented that the findings of fact made by the Assistant Secretary 
were fully supported by competent evidence in the record, that the conclusions of law made by the Assistant Secretary were fully 
supported by the findings of fact, and that the decision by the Assistant Secretary was fully supported by the conclusions of law; 

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that the Final Decision of the Assistant Secretary is CONFIRMED in every respect. 

Entered this the 6th day of August, 1997. 

TAX REVIEW BOARD 

/s/Harlan E. Boyles, Chairman 
State Treasurer 

/s/Jo Aime Sanford 

Chairman, Utilities Commission 

/s/Noel L. Allen, member 



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RULE-MAKING PROCEEDINGS 



A Nonce of Rule-making Proceedings is a staiement of subject matter of the agency 's proposed rule making. The agency must 
publish a notice of the subject matter for public comment at least 60 days prior to publishing the proposed text of a rule. 
Publication of a temporary rule ser\'es as a Notice of Rule -making Proceedings and can be found in the Register under the 
section heading of Temporary Rules. A Rule-making Agenda published by an agency senses as Rule-making Proceedings and 
can be found in the Register under the section heading of Rule-making Agendas. Statutory reference: G.S. 150B-2L2. 



TITLE 10 - DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN 
RESOURCES 

CHAPTER 26 - MEDICAL ASSISTANCE 

^^otice of Rule-making Proceedings is hereby given by the 
DHR - Division of Medical Assistance in accordance wth 
G.S. 150B-21.2. The agency shall subsequently publish in the 
Register the text of the rule(s) it proposes to adopt as a result 
of this notice of rule-making proceedings and any comments 
received on this notice. 



Citation to Existing Rules Affected by this Rule-Making: 

15A NCAC 1 OF. 0330 and .0339 - Other rules may be proposed 
in the course of the rule-making process. 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 75A-3; 75A-15 

Statement of the Subject Matter: 

15A NCAC lOF .0330 - Amendment to modify' provisions for 

placement and maintenance of markers. 

15.A NCAC lOF .0339 - Amend no wake zone at Lake Viev, 

Pointe in McDowell Countw 



Citation to Existing Rules Affected by this Rule-Making: 

10 NCAC 26K .0006 - Other rules may be proposed in the 
course of the rule-making process. 



Authority for the rule-making: 

42 C.F.R. 447.15 



G.S. 108A-25(b): 108A-54; 



Statement of the Subject Matter: Lists conditions for which 
providers can bill Medicaid recipients. Clarifies patient 
liability for the cost of care, when managed care patient 
knowingly seeks out-of-network care. 

Reason for Proposed Action: Providers have expressed 
confusion about the apparem conflict in 10 NCAC 26M .0203 
and 10 NCAC 26K .0006 regarding patient liability for the cost 
of care. 

Comment Procedures: Written comments concerning this 
rule-making action must be submitted by November 3, 1997, to 
Portia W. Rochelle, Rule-making Coordinator, Division of 
Medical Assistance, 1995 Umstead Drive, Raleigh, NC 27603. 



TITLE ISA - DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT, 
HEALTH, AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

CH.APTER 10 - WILDLIFE RESOLUCES 
•ANT) W ATER SAFETY 

SL^CHAPTER lOF - NIOTORBOATS AND 
WATER SAFETY 

A Jotice of Rule-making Proceedings is hereby given by the 
1 y North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission in 
accordance with G.S. 150B-21.2. The agency shall 
subsequently publish in the Register the text of the rule(s) it 
proposes to adopt as a result of this notice of rule-making 
proceedings and any comments received on this notice. 



Reason for Proposed Action: 

congested area. 



To regulate boat speed in 



Comment Procedures: The record will be open for receipt oj 
written comments from September 2, 1997 through November 
2, 1997. Such written comments nrnst be delivered or mailed 
to the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, 512 N. 
Salisbury Street, Raleigh, NC 27604-1188. 



TITLE 19A - DEPARTMENT OF 
TRANSPORTATION 

CHAPTER 2 - DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 

SUBCHAPTER 2E - MISCELLANEOUS 
OPERATIONS 

\ Jotice of Rule-making Proceedings is hereby given by the 
1 V North Carolina Department of Transportation - Division oj 
Highways in accordance with G.S. 150B-21.2. The agency 
shall subsequently publish in the Register the text of the rule(s) 
it proposes to adopt as a result of this notice of rule-making 
proceedings and any comments received on this notice. 

Citation to Existing Rules Affected by this Rule-Making 

19A NCAC2E .0218 - .0222 - Other rules may be proposed in 
the course of the rule-making process. 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 136-13; 136-137; 136- 
89.56: 143B-348; 143B-350(f); 23 C.F.R. 750 Subpart A; 23 
U.S.C 131(f) 

Statement of the Subject Matter: Rules set out parameters 
and conditions for the Logo Signing Program. 

Reason for Proposed Action: Rules are proposed for 
atyiendmem to clarify existing language for legal interpretation 



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change criteria for participation in program, and set 
standardized fees for program signs. 

Comment Procedures: Any interested person may submit 
written comments on the proposed rules by mailing the 
comments to Emily Lee, Department of Transportation, P.O. 
Box 25201, Raleigh, NC 27611, within 30 days after the 
proposed rules are published. 



RULE-MAKING PROCEEDINGS 



TITLE 21 - OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING 
BOARDS 

CHAPTER 36 - BOARD OF NURSING 

SECTION .0200 - LICENSURE 

"KTotice of Rule-making Proceedings is hereby given by the 
1 y North Carolina Board of Nursing in accordance with G.S. 
I50B-2I.2. The agency shall subsequently publish in the 
Re gister the text of the rule(s) it proposes to adopt as a result 



of this notice of rule-making proceedings and any comments 
received on this notice. 

Citation to Existing Rules Affected by this Rule-Making: 21 

NCAC 36 .0227 - Other rules may be proposed in the course of 
the rule-making process. 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 90-6; 90-18(14); 90- 
18.2; 90-171.20(4); 90-171.20(7); 90-171. 23(b); 90-171.36; 
90-171.37; 90-171.42 

Statement of the Subject Matter: Describes the nurse 
practitioner qualifications for approval to practice and the 
practice requirements. The physician supen'ision Paragraph 
(h) to be changed will allow more flexibility. 

Reason for Proposed Action: The Board of Nursing and the 
N. C. Medical Board are recommending that a change be made 
in the current rule to allow more flexibility in how physician 
supervision of the nurse practitioner' s performance of medical 
acts is implemented and validated. 

Comment Procedures: Comments regarding this action should 
be directed to Jean H. Stanley. A PA Coordinator, North 
Carolina Board of Nursing, P.O. Box 2129, Raleigh, NC 
27602-2129. Comments must be received in the Board of 
Nursing office by 4:30 p.m. on November 3, 1997. 



CHAPTER 54 - NORTH CAROLINA 
PSYCHOLOGY BOARD 

A Totice of Rule-making Proceedings is hereby given by the 
1 y North Carolina Psychology Board in accordance with G.S. 
150B-21.2. The agency shall subsequently publish in the 
Re gister the text of the rule(s) it proposes to adopt as a result 
of this notice of rule-making proceedings and any comments 
received on this notice. 

Citation to Existing Rules Affected by this Rule-Making: 

21 NCAC 54 .1611 - .1613, .2006. .2010, .2104, .2301 - 
.2314, .2401 - .2402, .2501 - .2505, .2601 - .2602, .2704 - 
.2706 - Other rules may be proposed in the course of the rule- 
making process. 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 90-270. 4(d)(e); 90- 
270.5(e); 90-270.9; 90-270. 13(c); 90-270. 14(a)(2); 90- 
270.15(a)(3); 90-270. 15 (a) (22); 90-270. 20(b) (c)(d); 90-270.21; 
150B-3; 150B-4; 150B-20; 150B-21.2; 150B-38; 150B-39; 
150B-40 

Statement of the Subject Matter: Ancillary Services; 
Administrative Hearing Procedures; Rule-making Proceedings; 
Rule-making Hearings; Declaratory Rulings; Continuing 
Education; Psychological Associate Activities Requiring 
Supervision; Health Services Provider Certification; Practice by 
Other Professionals; Practice and Supervision of Students, 
Interns, Fellows, and Trainees; Responding to Board Inquiries 

Reason for Proposed Action: To more clearly and accurately 
set the procedures for conducting administrative and rule- 
making hearings, and for issuing declaratory rulings; to define 
ancillary services; to set continuing education requirements; to 
clarify activities for which Psychological Associates require 
supervision; to define academic requirements for health services 
provider certification; to clarify exemption from the Psychology 
Practice Act for qualified members of other professional groups, 
and for students, interns, fellows, or other trainees; to clarify 
licensees ' responsibility to respond to Board inquiries. 

Comment Procedures: Comments shall be submitted in 
writing to Martha Storie. Executive Director, North Carolina 
Psychology Board, 895 State Farm Road, Suite 102, Boone, NC 
28607. 



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PROPOSED RULES 



Diis Section contains the text of proposed rules. At least 60 days prior to the publication of text, the agency published a Notice 
of Rule -making Proceedings. The agency must accept comments on the proposed rule for at least 30 days from the publication 
date, or until the public hearing, or a later date if specified in the notice by the agency. The required comment period is 60 
days for a rule that has a substantial economic impact of at least five million dollars ($5,000,000). Statutory reference: G.S. 
150B-21.2. 



TITLE 10 - DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 150B-21.2 
that the North Carolina Medical Care Commission intends 
to amend 10 NCAC 3D .0801-. 0803. .0901. .0904. .0913, 
.0915-. 0916, .0925. .1001-. 1004. .1103, .1202-. 1206. .1301- 
.1302. .1401. .1403. and repeal rules cited as 10 NCAC 3D 
.0806. .0902. .0905. .0907-.0909. .0911, .0917-.0924, .0926. 
Notice of Rule-making Proceedings was published in the 
Register on March 3. 1997. 

Proposed Effective Date: August 1. 1998 

A Public Hearing will be conducted at 9:30 a.m. on December 
12, 1997 at the Weil-Spring Retirement Community Inc, 
Auditorium, 4100 Well Spring Drive, Greensboro, NC 27410. 

Reason for Proposed Action: Chapter 131E, Article 7 
authorizes the Medical Care Commission to establish rules for 
ambulance services including vehicles and personnel. This is 
the first comprehensive review of these rules since 1989. These 
ainendmerus are necessary to update the rules to reflect current 
emergency medical practice. 

Comment Procedures: Persons who wish to make written or 
verbal comment regarding these proposed amendments should 
contact: Mr. Ed Seagroves. Disaster & Special Projects 
Coordinator. NC Office of Emergency Medical Services, PO 
Box 29530, Raleigh, North Carolina 27626-0530, Tele: (919) 
733-2285, Fax: (919) 733-7021. Verbal and written comments 
will be received through the date of the public hearing. Persons 
are encouraged to submit written comments by September 2. 
1997 to allow adequate time for review and consideration by the 
Commission. 

Fiscal Note: These Rules do affect the e.xpenditures or 
revenues of state and local government funds. These Rules do 
not have a substantial economic impact of at least five million 
dollars ($5,000,000) in a 12-month period. 

CHAPTER 3 - FACILITY SERVICES 

SUBCHAPTER 3D - RULES AND REGULATIONS 
GOVERNING AMBULANCE SERVICE 



.0801 



SECTION .0800 - DEFINITIONS 

AMBULANCE AND BASIC LIFE SUPPORT 
(BLS) PROFESSIONAL 



(a) Definitions used in this Subchapter will be in accordance 
with those found in G.S. 131E-155. inco r po r ated by r cfe r cBce 
acco r ding to G.S. 1 500- 14(c) and as follow. 

(b) An ambulance must have a permit issued by the 
Department of Human Resources, Division of Facility Services, 
Office of Emergency Medical Services in one of the following 
categories: 

(1) "Category I Ambulance" means an emergency 
ambulance used to transport patients with emergency 
traumatic or medical conditions or patients for which 
the need for emergency medical care is anticipated 
either at the scene of the emergency or enroute to a 
medical facility. Category I ambulances may be used 
to transport all tyf)es of patients. 

(2) "Category II Ambulance" means an ambulance used 
solely to transport sick or infirm patients, having a 
known, non-emergency medical condition, on 
scheduled basis between facilities or between 
residence and a facility. Category II ambulances 
must not be used to transport patients defined under 
any other category of ambulance. 

(3) "Category III Ambulance" means an emergency 
ambulance specifically designed and equipped to 
transfer critically ill patients from one medical 
facility to another or as ground support to a permitted 
air ambulance program. The patient care 
compartment of Category III ambulances must be 
staffed by appropriately certified or licensed 
personnel approved for the mission by the program 
medical director. Category III ambulances must be 
utilized as part of an organized critical care transport 
program and may not be used in place of any other 
category of ambulance defined in this Subchapter. 

(4) "Category IV Ambulance" means an ambulance 
specifically designed and equipped to transport 
patients by air. The patient care compartment of 
Category IV ambulances must be staffed by 
appropriately certified or licensed personnel 
approved for the mission by the program medical 
director. Category IV ambulances must be operated 
as either: 

(A) Part of an approved mobile intensive care 
program and must comply with the criteria as 
outlined in 21 NCAC 32H; or 

(B) Part of an air ambulance program which 
complies with 21 NCAC 32H .1004. 

(5) "Category V Ambulance" means a watercraft 
specifically designed and equipped to routinely 
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(c) The term "field technician" "Basic Life Support (BLS) 
rnfessional" means a certified ambulance attendant or 



mergency medical technician. 

\uthority G.S. 131E-1 57(a); 1 31 E- 159(b). 

9802 CERTIFIED EMT INSTRUCTOR 

The term "qualified "certified Emergency Medical Technician 
EMT) instructor" means a person who instructs or coordinates 
mergency medical services (EMS) t r aining educational 
rograms and continuing education programs who meets the 
riteria defined in Rule . 1202 of this Subchapter. 



[uthority G.S. 131E-159(b). 

0803 APPROVED TEACHING INSTITUTION 

The term "approved teaching institution" means any agency 
nth a current memo r andum of ag r eement contract with the 
)ffice of Emergency Medical Services to provide emergency 
nedical services t r aining educational programs. Approved 
caching instimtions must meet the criteria found in Rule .1201 
if this Subchapter. 

[uthority G.S. 1 31 E- 159(b). 

0806 MEDICAL CREW MEMBER 

The te r m "medical c r ew membe r " means a p hysician. 



ntermediate, EMT-intermediatc. CMT-dcfib r illation technician 



ce r tification and who has com p leted additional training in 



Jtitudc — physiology. EMS — communications. in-flight 



mc r gencies, and ai r c r aft and flight safety conducted unde r the 



lirect guidance of the medical di r ecto r fo r the pr og r am in 



egistc r ed nu r se. EMT- p a r amedic, EMT-advanced 



)r EMT who holds a cu rr ent No r th Ca r olina license o r 



yhich he functions. 
luthority G.S. 1 31 E-l 57(a). 

SECTION .0900 - VEfflCLES 

0901 INTERIOR DIMENSIONS 

(a) Any vehicle issued a permit as a Catego r y I Category L 
ate gory IL or Category III ambulance must have the following 



ninimum patient compartment interior dimensions: 

(1) The length, measured on the floor from the back of 
the driver's compartment, driver's seat or partition to 
the inside edge of the rear loading doors, must be at 
least im 102 inches. 

(2) The width of the compartment after cabinet and cot 
installation must provide at least 1 1 inches of clear 
aisle walkway between the primary cot and the squad 
bench, a second cot or curbside wall of the vehicle. 

(3) The height must be at least 52 48 inches over the 
patient area, measured from the approximate center 
of the floor, exclusive of cabinets or equipment. 

(b) Any vcliiclL issued a permit as a Category II ambulance 



to an ambulance pr ovide r must have the following minimum 
p atient com p a r tment inte r io r dimensions : 

fij The length, measu r ed on the floo r f r om the back of 

the d r ive r 's com p a r tment, d r ive r 's seat, o r p a r tition 
to the inside edge of the r ea r loading doo r s must be 
at least 102 inches. 
(2) — The width of the com p a r tment afte r cabinet and cot 
installation must pr ovide fo r at least 1 1 inches of 
clea r aisle walkway between the cot and the squad 
bench, a second cot o r the curbside wall of the 
vehicle. 

iSr) The height must be at least 48 inches ove r the p atient 

a r ea measu r ed f r om the a ppr oximate cente r of the 
floo r , exclusive of cabinets o r equi p ment. 
(c) £b} Category IV ambulances must have: 

(1) A patient care area sufficiently isolated from the 
cockpit to minimize inflight distractions and 
interference while providing sufficient working space 
to render patient care; and 

(2) Door openings of sufficient size to permit the safe 
loading and unloading of a person occupying a litter. 

(d)£c} Category V ambulances must have a patient care area 
which: 

(1) Provides access to the head, torso, and lower 
extremities of the patient while providing sufficient 
working space to render patient care; 

(2) Is covered to protect the patient and the technician 
from the elements; and 

(3) Has an opening of sufficient size to permit the safe 
loading and unloading of a person occupying a litter. 

Authority G.S. 131E-157(a). 

.0902 INSPECTION CERTIFICATE 

Any vehicle issued a p ermit as a Catego r y I. II. o r III 
ambulance must have a cu rr ent safety equi p ment ins p ection 
ce r tificate issued by the No r th Carolina Division of Moto r 
Vehicles. 

Authority G.S. 131E-157(a). 

.0904 VEHICLE BODY 

The ambulance vehicle body must be f r ee f r om defects that 
could adve r sely affect the safe o p e r ation of the vehicle. The 
ambulance is not to have structural or functional defects which 
may adversely affect the patient, the technicians, and/or the 
safe operation of the vehicle. 

Authority G.S. 131E-157(a). 

.0905 OXYGEN CYLINDERS 

Oxygen cylinde r s used in ambulance vehicles must bear static 
pr essu r e date and must be r e p laced o r r efilled as soon as 
p ossible afte r use. 

Authority G.S. 131E-1 57(a). 



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.0907 DOORS 

All doors leading into p assenge r and p atient com p a r tmen t 
must o p en pro p e r ly and close secu r ely with all hardwa r e 
working pr o p e r ly. 

Authority G.S. 131E-157(a). 

.0908 WINDOWS 

Windows and windshield must be clear and f r ee of c r acks. 

Authority G.S. 131E-157(a). 

.0909 REAR-VIEW MIRROR 

Rear-view mi rr o r utilized in Catego r y I, II, o r III ambulances 
must be f r ee of c r acks and blemishes. 



Authority G.S. 131E-157(a). 

.0911 SPARE TIRE 

Ambulance vehicles issued permits as Catego r y I, II. o r III 
must ca rr y a se r viceable s p a r e ti r e and equi p ment to change a 
flat ti r e o r unse r viceable ti r e. An acce p table alte r native to this 
requirement is an immediately available se r vice vehicle o r a 
p lan fo r the immediate dis p atch of anothe r ambulance. 

Authority G.S. 131E-157(a). 



.0913 PERMIT 

(a) The ambulance permit must include the following 
information: 

(1) vehicle identification number; 
permit number; 

ambulance provider identification number; 
identification of inspector; and 
expiration date. 

(b) No person shall display or cause to be displayed or 
permit to be displayed or to knowingly possess, transfer, 
remove, imitate, or reproduce an ambulance permit, except by 
direction of the Office of Emergency Medical Services. 

(c) An ambulance shall be permitted in only one category. 

(d) Any vehicle permitted as a Category I Ambulance must 
contain all equipment required in 10 NCAC 3D .1001(a), 
. 1002, . 1003(a), and .1103. .1103 of this Subchapter. 

(e) Any vehicle permitted as a Category I Ambulance which 
operates as a Mobile Intensive Care Unit as defined in 10 
NCAC 3M .0102, .0103. 70*05; or .0107 must contain all 
equipment required in 10 NCAC 3M .0202, .0203, .0205, or 
.0207. 



(2) 
(3) 
(4) 
(5) 



NCAC 3M .0102. .0103. or .0107 must contain all equipment 
required in 10 NCAC 3M .0202. .0203. or .0207. 
(h) Each licensed ambulance provider planning to operate 



permitted ambulances at an ALS level must first meet the 
minimum permitting requirements for BLS operation for all 
ambulances to be ALS permitted. The licensed ambulance 



provider must provide for inspection the number of ALS 
equipment/supplies/medications packages in accordance with 
the approved protocols for that provider. The licensed 



ambulance provider can not unless under disaster circumstances 



operate more permined ambulances at an ALS level at any time 
than the approved number of ALS packages. 

Authority G.S. 1 3] E- 157(a). 

.0915 AMBULANCE LETTERING: MARKINGS: 
SYMBOLS AND EMBLEMS 

(a) Each ambulance must have the name of the ambulance 
provider permanently displayed on each side of the vehicle in 
lette r s at least th r ee inches high, vehicle. 

(b) Category II ambulances must have the words 
"CONVALESCENT AMBULANCE" permanently lettered on 
both sides and on the rear of the vehicle body in at least five 
inch lette r s, body. 

(c) Category II ambulances may not use emergency medical 
symbols, such as the Star of Life, block design cross, or any 
other medical markings, symbols, or emblems, including the 
word "EMERGENCY," on the vehicle or in any advertisement 
publication, or literature pertaining to Category II ambulance 
services. 

Authority G.S. 131E-1 57(a). 

.0916 GENERAL AMBULANCE REQUIREMENTS 



The inte r io r of the ambulance and the equi p ment within the 



ambulance shall be f r ee f r om dirt, contamination, o r im p urities 
and shall wo r k pr o p e r ly. The exterior of the ambulance and 



tics 
the 



patient area of the ambulance, to include interior and equipment 
surfaces is to be maintained in a clean manner and to bg 
managed at all times in accordance with the locally a pprovec 
infection control policy. Provisions are to be available for the 
storage of both stocked medical su pplies and bedding materials 



as well as for soiled supplies. The base station(s)'s storage 



facilities for items to be restocked on the ambulances are to be 
kept clean and organized so as to permit effective cleaning. 

Authority G.S. 131E-157(a). 



(0 Each CMS pr ovide r must ensu r e that, at a minimum, .0917 EQUIPMENT 

60% of the vehicles permitted as Catego r y I Ambulances and 
which may o p e r ate as a Mobile Intensive Care unit must 
con t ain all a ppr o pr iate equi p ment and su pp lies s p ecified in 10 
NCAC 3M .0202 - .0207. Any vehicle permined as a Category 
V Ambulance must contain all equipment required in Rules 
. 1001(h) and . 1003(e) of this Subchapter. 

(g) Any vehicle permitted as a Category V Ambulance 
which operates as a Mobile Intensive Care Unit as defmed in 10 



Equi p ment shall be of smooth construction for case oi 
cleaning. 

Authority G.S. 131E-1 57(a). 

.0918 LINEN 



(a) F r eshly launde r ed linen o r dis p osable linen shall be used 



I o r ois p osa p ie linen 
on cots and p illows and linen shall be changed afte r each patie nt 



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, tiaiisp or ted. 
(b) Clean linen sto r age shall be pr ovided on each ambulance. 

uthority G.S. 131E-157(a). 

)919 MEDICAL SUPPLIES 

Closed conipartmcnts shall be pr ovided within the ambulance 



K medical su pp lies. 
uthority G.S. 1 31 E-1 57(a). 

)920 PILLOWS AND MATTRESSES 

Pillows and matt r esses shall be ke p t clean and in good r epai r . 



uthority G.S. 131E-157(a). 

)921 SOILED SUPPLIES 

Closed containe r s shall be pr ovided fo r soiled su pp lies. 



luthority G.S. 131 E-1 57(a). 

9922 SURFACES 

Exterio r and inte r io r su r faces of ambulance shall be cleaned 
ally. 

[uthority G.S. 131E-157(a). 

9923 BLANKETS AND HAND TOWELS 

Blankets and hand towels used in any ambulance shall be 
lean. 

[uthority G.S. 131 E-1 57(a). 



}924 



IMPLEMENTS INSERTED IN NOSE OR 
MOUTH 



(a) Im p lements inserted into the p atient's nose o r mouth shall 



c single-se r vice, wra pp ed and pr o p e r ly sto r ed and handled. 
(b) — When multi-use items a r e used, the local health ca r e 



acilities o r County Health De p a r tment shall be consulted fo r 



istructions in sanitation and handling of such items. 
[uthority G.S. 131 E-1 57(a). 

0925 INFECTIOUS DISEASE 

When an ambulance has been utilized to transport a patient 
nown to the licensed ambulance providers to have a 
ommunicable disease as defined in G.S. 130A- 133(1), it is the 
esponsibility of the licensed ambulance provider to ensure that 
le ambulance, including its equipment and supplies, is taken 
ut of service until appropriately cleansed and disinfected 
ccording to local infection control policy. 

[uthority G.S. 131E-157(a). 

0926 STORAGE 

(a) All stUMgL spaces used fo r storage of linens, equi p ment. 



medical su p plies and othe r su pp lies at base stations shall be kept 
clean. 

(b) The contents shall be a rr anged so as to p e r mit dio r ough 
cleaning. 

Authority G.S. 131E-157(a). 

SECTION .1000 - AMBULANCE EQUIPMENT 

. 1001 MEDICAL AND RELATED EQUIPMENT 

(a) Except as allowed by .0913(e) and tf) (hj of these Rules, 
category I ambulances for which permits are issued shall 
contain at least the following operational and functional 
equipment exclusive of personal equipment carried by 
emergency medical technicians and ambulance attendants: 

(1) One portable aspirator capable of a minimum 
vacuum of 300 millimeters of mercury and a 
minimum air flow rate of 16 liters per minute with 
rapid drawdown time. A minimum of three, single 
use, non-opaque, one piece, rigid suction instruments 
or appropriate replacement containers for manually 
operated devices and a suction rinsing water bottle 
must be supplied with this either unit; 

(2) One each portable squeeze bag ventilation unit (bag 
and mask) in adult and child adult, child, and infant 
sizes with transparent face mask capable of operation 
down to zero degrees fahrenheit and an attachment 
for oxygen hookup. A minimum of two one 
transparent, flexible, disposable oxygen supply tubes 
tube must be supplied with each unit; 

(3) Six nonmetallic, oropharyngeal airways sanitarily 
stored together in separate sizes ranging from 55 
millimeters through 115 millimeters; 

(4) One bite stick cithe r comme r cially manufactu r ed o r 
made of th r ee tongue blades ta p ed togethe r and 
p added ; 

<^(4) One portable oxygen imit consisting of the following 
components: 360 liter (D size) or larger oxygen 
cylinder; yoke regulator with cylinder contents gauge 
(2000 pounds per square inch) and gravity or non- 
gravity dependent flow gauge (0-12 liters per minute 
minimum); a minimum of three transparent, nasal 
cannulas in adult and child sizes; and a minimum of 
three each, adult and child, disposable, transparent, 
oxygen masks with delivery tubes and headband. A 
full spare cylinder (D size) or larger of oxygen for 
this unit shall be furnished and stored on the 
ambulance vehicle; oxygen tanks must show date of 
last static test; 

f6)(5} One Two small, one two medium, and one two large 
size adult extrication colla r collars and one two 
pediatric size extrication colla r ; collars; 

fB(6) One rigid short backboard. The minimum size must 
be 14 inches wide by 32 inches long. A stabilization 
device which is of the design to allow horizontal 
flexibility and vertical rigidity, equipped with chest 



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(20)08} 



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e»>(21) 

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(26)123} 



and leg straps and accessories for stabilization of the 

head and neck may be substituted for the rigid short 

backboard; 

©ne Two rigid long backboa r d backboards a 

minimum of 16 inches wide by 72 inches long with 

two straps each for patient stabilization and other 

accessories for stabilization of the head and neck; 

Two sets of each rigid padded board splints in the 

following sizes; 3 inches wide by 15 inches long, 3 

inches wide by 3 feet long, and 3 inches wide by 4- 

1/2 feet long. Other splints, in kit form, of inflatable 

design or rigid laminated and high density 

polyure thane foam construction are acceptable. A kit 

must contain at least two full leg and two full arm 

splints; 

One child and one adult size lower extremity traction 

splint with appropriate attachments; 

Two sandbags const r ucted of a non p o r ous mate r ial 



Minimum size must be 
12 inches. A head 



for immobilization p ur p oses. 

2 inches by 4 inches by 

immobilize r may be substituted fo r sandbags ; 

Twelve 4 inch by 4 inch sterile gauze pads 

individually packaged; 

Six sterile 5 inch by 9 inch or larger absorbent 

dressings individually wrapped; 

Twelve rolls of roller gauze; 

Four rolls of adhesive tape; 

Fou r Two sterile nonadhering, nonporous dressings 

for an open chest wound. Minimum size shall be 3 

inches by 8 inches; 

Six triangular bandages; 

Two p ai r s One pair of 5-1/2 inches bandage shears; 

Two sterile bum sheets, minimum size of 40 inches 

by 72 inches; 

A total of 2606 1000 cubic centimeters of sterile 

irrigating solution in plastic containers in addition to 

the fluids carried for intravenous use; 

One emesis basin; basin, or scalable emesis 

container; 

One obstetrical kit containing gloves, scissors or 

surgical blades, umbilical cord clamps or tapes, 

dressings, towels, perinatal pad, a bulb syringe, and 

a receiving blanket; 



Onc- 



p oison antidote kit contammg syru p ot i p ecac, 
activated cha r coal and a means of administe r ing the 
pr o p e r dosage: 

One each small, regular and large size aneroid or 
electronic blood pressure cuff and adult and pediatric 
stethoscopes. One stethoscope with adult and 
pediatric attachments is acceptable; 
One sheet of rubbe r o r heavy p lastic, minimum size 
of 30 inches by 72 inches, or one body bag; 
One four wheeled, elevating cot with a minimum 
three inch thick mattress pad with a nonporous cover. 
The cot must be equipped with restraining straps 
(chest and thigh area) of at least two inches in width. 
(chest and thigh area). A crash stable fastener 



installed per the cot manufacturer's instructions and 
compatible with the model cot furnished must secure 
the specified cot to the floor or side wall; 



-(2?) One additional st r etche r with p atient r est r aining 



(26)124 



(29)125} 
(36)126} 
(3+)t27} 



stra p s and ca p able of being secured inside the paticii i 
compartment; 

Two sets of clean cot linen constructed of washable 
or disposable material in addition to a set on the cot 
(a set equals two sheets and one pillowcase); 
Two pillows covered with a nonporous material; 
Two blankets constructed of washable material; and 
One child restraint device to safely transport 
pediatric patients in the patient compartment of the 
ambulance. 

(b) Category II ambulances for which permits are issuec 
shall contain at least the following operational and ftmctiona 
equipment exclusive of personal equipment carried by 
personnel: 

(1) One portable aspirator capable of a minimun 
vacuum of 300 millimeters of mercury and 
minimum air flow rate of 16 liters per minute wit! 
rapid drawdown time. A minimum of three, single 
use, non-opaque, one piece, rigid suction instrument" 
or appropriate replacement collection containers foi 
manually operated devices and a suction rinsinj 
water bottle must be supplied with this either unit; 
One each portable squeeze bag ventilation imit (ba] 
and mask) in adult and child adult, child, and infan 



(2) 



(3) 



(4) 



(5)14} 



sizes with transparent face mask capable of operatioi 

down to zero degrees fahrenheit and an attachmen 

for oxygen hookup. A minimum of two om 

transparent, flexible, disposable oxygen supply ttibej 

mbe must be supplied with each imit; 

Six nonmetallic, oropharyngeal airways sanitaril) 

stored together in separate sizes ranging from 5! 

millimeters through 1 15 millimeters; 

One bite stick eithe r commercially manufactured oi 



(6)15} 
(^16} 
(8)17} 



made of three tongue blades ta p ed together an( 
p added: 

One portable oxygen unit consisting of the followin| 
components: 360 liter (D size) or larger oxygei 
cylinder; yoke regulator with cylinder contents gaug< 
(2000 poimds per square inch) and gravity 
non-gravity dependent flow gauge (0-12 liters pei 
minute); a minimum of three transparent, nasa 
canniJas in adult and child sizes; and a minimum o 
three each, adult and child, disposable, transparent 
oxygen masks with delivery tubes and headband, 
full spare cylinder (D size) or larger of oxygen fo: 
this imit shall be furnished and stored on thf 
ambulance vehicle; oxygen tanks must show date o 
last static test; 
Twelve fou r Six 4 inch by ferar 4 inch sterile gauzf 
pads individually packaged; 
Six Three sterile five 5 inch by nine 9 inch absorben 
dressings individually wrapped; 
Six rolls of roller gauze; 



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Two rolls of adhesive tape; 

Th r ee t r iangula r bandages; 

Two pai r s One pair of five and one-half inches 

bandage shears; 

One emesis basin; basin, or sealable emesis 

container; 

One each small, regular and large size aneroid or 

electronic blood pressure cuff and adult and pediatric 

stethoscopes. One stethoscope with adult and 

pediatric attachments is acceptable; 

One four wheeled, elevating cot widi a minimum 

three inch thick manress pad with a nonporous cover. 

The cot must be equipped with restraining straps 

(chest and thigh area) of at least two inches in width. 

(chest and thigh area). A crash stable fastener 

installed per the cot manufacturer's instructions and 

compatible with the model cot furnished must secure 

the specified cot to the floor or side wall; 

Two sets of clean cot linen constructed of washable 

or disposable material in addition to a set on the cot 

(a set equals two sheets and one pillowcase); 

Two pillows covered with a nonporous material; 

Two blankets constructed of washable material; and 

A firm board of minimum size 14 inches by 32 

inches to support the back during manual heart 

com pr essions; and compressions. 

One — ehrW — rest r aint device — to — safely — t r ans p o r t 



p ediat r ic p atients in the p atient com p a r tment of the 

ambulance. 
(c) Category III ambulances for which permits are issued 
lust have the following operational and functional medical 
quipment immediately available to be p lac e d loaded within 
ive minutes on the vehicle: 

(1) One portable aspirator capable of a minimum 
vacuum of 300 millimeters of mercury and a 
minimum air flow rate of 16 liters per minute with 
rapid drawdown time. A minimum of three, single 
use, non-opaque, one piece, rigid suction instruments 
or appropriate collection containers for manuallv 
operated devices and a suction rinsing water bottle 
must be supplied with this either unit; 

(2) One each portable squeeze bag ventilation unit (bag 
and mask) in adult and child adult, child, and infant 
sizes with transparent face mask capable of operation 
down to zero degrees fahrenheit and an attachment 
for oxygen hookup. A minimum of two one 
transparent, flexible, disposable oxygen supply tttbes 
mbe must be supplied with each unit; 

(3) Six nonmetallic, oropharyngeal airways sanitarily 
stored together in separate sizes ranging from 55 
millimeters through 115 millimeters; 

W One bite stick cithe r comme r cially manufactu r ed o r 

made of three tongue blades ta p ed togethe r and 

p added; 

(5){4} One portable oxygen unit consisting of the following 

components: 360 liter (D size) or larger oxygen 



(6)15} 

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(22)081 



cylinder; yoke regulator with cylinder contents gauge 

(2000 pounds per square inch) and gravity or 

non-gravity dependent flow gauge (0-12 liters per 

minute); a minimum of three transparent, nasal 

cannulas in adult and child sizes; and a minimum of 

three each, adult and child, disposable, transparent, 

oxygen masks with delivery tubes and headband. A 

full spare cylinder (D size) or larger of oxygen for 

this unit shall be furnished and stored on the 

ambulance vehicle; oxygen tanks must show date of 

last static test; 

Twelve fbor 4 inch by foor 4 inch sterile gauze pads 

individually packaged; 

Six sterile frre 5 inch by nine 9 inch absorbent 

dressings individually wrapped; 

Six rolls of roller gauze; 

Two rolls of adhesive tape; 

Three t r iangula r bandages; 

Two p ai r s One pair of five and one-half inches 

bandage shears; 

One emesis basin ; basin, or sealable emesis 

container: 

Two ste r ile bum sheets, minimum size of 40 inches 

by 72 inches; 

A total of 2986 1000 cubic centimeters of sterile 

irrigating solution in plastic containers in addition to 

the fluids carried for intravenous use; 

One obstetrical kit containing gloves, scissors or 

surgical blades, umbilical cord clamps or tapes, 

dressings, towels, perinatal pad, a bulb syringe, and 

a receiving blanket; 



Gne- 



p oison antidote kit containing syru p oi i p ecac, 
activated cha r coal and a means of administe r ing the 
pr o p e r dosage; 

One each small, regular and large size aneroid or 
electronic blood pressure cuff and adult and pediatric 
stethoscopes. One stethoscope with adult and 
pediatric attachments is acceptable; 
One four wheeled, elevating cot with a minimum 
three inch thick mattress pad with a nonporous cover. 
The cot must be equipped with restraining straps 
(chest and thigh area) of at least two inches in width. 
(chest and thigh area). A crash stable fastener 
installed per the cot manufacmrer's instructions and 
compatible with the model cot furnished must secure 
the specified cot to the floor or side wall. A self 
contained transport incubator with stand and capable 
of being secured in the ambulance may be 
substituted; 

Two sets of clean cot linen constructed of washable 
or disposable material in addition to a set on the cot 
(a set equals two sheets and one pillowcase); 
Two p illows cove r ed with a non p orous mate r ial : 
Two blankets constructed of washable material; and 
A firm board of minimum size 14 inches by 32 
inches to support the back during manual heart 



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com pr essions ; and compressions. 
f23) ©nt — child — r est r aint — device — to — safely — t r ans p o r t 
pediat r ic p atients in the p atient com p a r tment of the 
ambulance. 
(d) Category IV ambulances for which permits are issued 
must have the following medical equipment immediately 
available to be plaeeti loaded within five minutes on the 
aircraft: 

(1) One vehicular mounted and one portable aspirator 
with rapid drawdown time capable of providing a 
minimum vacuum of 300 millimeters of mercury and 
a minimum air flow rate of 16 liters per minute up to 
the maximum operating altitude of the aircraft. A 
minimum of three, single use, non-opaque, one 
piece, rigid suction instruments or appropriate 
collection containers for manually operated devices 
and a suction rinsing water bottle must be supplied 
with this either unit; 

(2) One each ponable squeeze bag ventilation unit (bag 
and mask) in adult and child adult, child, and infant 
sizes with transparent face mask capable of operation 
down to zero degrees fahrenheit and an attachment 
for oxygen hookup. A minimum of two one 
transparent, disposable oxygen supply tubes tube 
must be supplied with each unit; 

(3) Six nonmetallic, oropharyngeal airways sanitarily 
stored together in separate sizes ranging from 55 
millimeters through 1 15 millimeters; 

f4) One bite stick cithe r comme r cially manufactu r ed o r 
made of three tongue blades ta p ed togethe r and 
p added; 
t5)£4] Oxygen unit containing a quantity of oxygen 
sufficient to supply an appropriate flow rate for the 
period of time it is anticipated oxygen will be 
needed, but not less than ten liters per minute for 30 
minutes. The oxygen shall be carried in two separate 
containers, one of which must be portable. The 
portable oxygen unit shall have a yoke regulator with 
cylinder contents gauge, flow gauge, and DISS 
outlets; 
ffi>(5) Twelve ftmr 4 inch by fotir 4 inch sterile gauze pads 

individually packaged; 
fJH(6) Six sterile five 5 inch by nine 9 inch absorbent 

dressings individually wrapped; 
ffr>(7) Twelve rolls of roller gauze; 
^(8) Four rolls of adhesive tape; 
H#i(9) Tou r Two sterile nonadhering, nonporous dressings 
for an of)en chest wound. Minimum size shall be 3 
inches by 8 inches; 
H-HUO] Six triangular bandages; 
H^ (l 1) Two ste r ile bum sheets, minimum size of 40 inches 

by 72 inches; 
(4^021 A total of 2eee lOOO cubic centimeters of sterile 
irrigating solution in plastic containers in addition to 
the fluids carried for intravenous use; 
<+^ (13) One emesis basin; basin, or scalable emesis 
container; 






©ne Two IV pressure bagr ba gs; 

An electronic means of measuring blood pressur( 

while in flight; 

One stethoscope and manual blood pressure cuff; 

One ECG monito r /defib r illatoi 



mam 



(23)1211 



monitor/defibrillator/pacer; 
One complete kit for endotracheal intubation; 
One litter and attachment for securing the liner to th( 
airframe inside the cabin of the aircraft. The litte: 
must allow for elevation of the patient's head; 
One blanket constructed of washable material; and 
Fou r air sick bags; and 
Fou r Three IV hooks. 

(e) The medical director shall decide the combination o 
medical equipment specified in Paragraph (d) of this Rule tha 
is carried on a mission based on what is in the best interest o 
patient care. 

(f) All rotary wing aircraft permitted as a Category IN 
ambulance must have the following flight equipment operationa 
in the aircraft: 

(1) Two 360 channel VHF aircraft frequenc; 
transceivers; 

(2) One VHF omnidirectional ranging (VOR) receiver; 

(3) Attitude indicators; 

(4) One nondirectional beacon (NDB) receiver; 

(5) One glide scope receiver; 

(6) One transponder with 4097 code. Mode C; 

(7) Turn and slip indicator in the absence of thre( 
attitude indicators; 

(8) Current FAA approved navigational aids and chart 
for the area of operations; 

(9) Radar altimeter; and 
(10) Lo r an navigational system. LORAN-C or Satellitt 

Global Navigational system. 

(g) Any fixed wing aircraft issued a permit as a Category I\ 
ambulance must have a current "Instrument Flight Rules 
certification. 

(h) Category V ambulances for which permits are issuet 
shall contain at least the following operational and functiona 
equipment exclusive of personal equipment carried bj 
personnel: 

(1) One portable aspirator capable of a minimim 
vacuum of 300 millimeters of mercury and 
minimum air flow rate of 16 liters per minute witl 
rapid drawdown time. A minimum of three, singlf 
use, non-opaque, one piece, rigid suction instrument! 
or appropriate collection containers for manualh 



(2) 



(3) 



operated devices and a suction rinsing water bottk 

must be supplied with this either unit; 

One each portable squeeze bag ventilation unit (baj 

and mask) in adult and child adult, child, and infan 

sizes with transparent face mask capable of operatioi 

down to zero degrees fahrenheit and an attachmen 

for oxygen hookup. A minimum of two oni 

transparent, flexible, disposable oxygen supply ttibci 

tube must be supplied with each unit; 

Six nonmetallic, oropharyngeal airways sanitaril) 



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stored together in separate sizes ranging from 55 
millimeters through 115 millimeters; 
f4) One bite stick cithe r comme r cially manufactu r ed o r 
made of th r ee tongue blades ta p ed togethe r and 
p added ; 

f5){4} One portable oxygen unit consisting of the following 
components: 360 liter (D size) or larger oxygen 
cylinder; yoke regulator with cylinder contents gauge 
(2000 pounds per square inch) and gravity or 
non-gravity dependent flow gauge (0-12 liters per 
minute); a minimum of three transparent, nasal 
cannulas in adult and child sizes; and a minimum of 
three each, adult and child, disposable, transparent, 
oxygen masks with delivery tubes and headband. A 
full spare cylinder (D size) or larger of oxygen for 
this unit shall be furnished and stored on the 
ambulance vehicle; oxygen tanks must show date of 
last static test; 

t6)£5] ©nc Two small, one two medium, and one two large 
size adult extrication colla r collars and one two 
pediatric size extrication colla r ; collars: 

ffl(6) One rigid short backboard. The minimum size must 
be 14 inches wide by 32 inches long. A stabilization 
device which is of the design to allow horizontal 
flexibility and vertical rigidity, equipped with chest 
and leg straps and accessories for stabilization of the 
head and neck may be substituted for the rigid short 
backboard; 

f6)(7) One Two floatable rigid long backboa r d backboards 
a minimum of 16 inches wide by 72 inches long with 
two straps each for patient stabilization and other 
accessories for stabilization of the head and neck; 

f9)£8} Two sets of each rigid padded board splints in the 
following sizes; three inches wide by 15 inches long, 
three inches wide by three feet long, and three inches 
wide by four and one-half feet long. Other splints, 
in kit form, of inflatable design or rigid laminated 
and high density polyurethane foam construction are 
acceptable. A kit must contain at least two full leg 
and two full arm splints; 

One child and one adult size lower extremity traction 
splint with appropriate attachments; 
Two sandbags constructed of a non p o r ous mate r ial 
fo r immobilization p ur p oses. Minimum size must be 
two inches by fou r inches by 12 inches. — A head 
immobilize r may be substituted fo r sandbags ; 
Twelve fbor 4 inch by fbor 4 inch sterile gauze pads 
individually packaged; 

Six sterile five 5 inch by nine 9 inch or larger 
absorbent dressings individually wrapped; 
Twelve rolls of roller gauze; 
Four rolls of adhesive tape; 

Fou r Two sterile nonadhering, nonporous dressings 
for an open chest wound. Minimum size shall be 
three inches by eight inches; 
Six triangular bandages; 



fW) (16) Two p ai r s One pair of Five and one-half inches 

bandage shears; 
(+9)£17} Two ste r ile burn sheets, minimum size of 40 inches 

by 72 inches; 
(20)08} A total of 2060 1000 cubic centimeters of sterile 

irrigating solution in plastic containers in addition to 

the fluids carried for intravenous use; 
(2t-> (19) One emesis basm; basin, or scalable emesis 

container: 
(22) (20) One obstetrical kit containing gloves, scissors or 

surgical blades, umbilical cord clamps or tapes, 

dressings, towels, perinatal pad, a bulb syringe, and 

a receiving blanket; 
f23) One p oison antidote kit containing syru p of i p ecac, 

activated cha r coal and a means of administe r ing the 

pr o p e r dosage; 
t24)t21i One each small, regular and large size aneroid or 

electronic blood pressure cuff and adult and pediatric 

stethoscopes. One stethoscope with adult and 

pediatric attachments is acceptable; 
f25)£2Z) One sheet of rubbe r o r heavy p lastic, minimum size 

of 36 inches by 72 inches, or one body bag; 
f26) (23) One additional floatable litter with patient restraining 

straps and capable of being secured to the watercraft; 

and 
f2y> (24) Two blankets constructed of washable material. 

Authority G.S. 131E-157(a). 

.1002 EXTRICATION AND ACCESS EQUIPMENT 

Category I ambulances for which permits are issued must 

contain at least the following equipment: 

(+^ One ten-inch adjustable o p en end w r ench; 

(2) One sc r ewd r ive r with flat blade; 

(3) One sc r ewd r ive r with Philli p s blade ; 

t4) One hacksaw with a minimum of six blades ; 

(5) One fou r - p ound hamme r with 15-ineh handle; 

i€) One p ai r of p lie r s, ten-inch vise-g r i p; 

(?) One 24-inch w r ecking ba r ; 

(S) One 48-inch c r owba r with p inch p oint; 

(^(1) Two pair heavy duty work gloves; 

H%^{2) Two pair OSIIA a ppr oved safety glasses; and 

(ii->(3) Two OSIIA a ppr oved safety helmets. 

Authority G.S. 131E-157(a). 

.1003 OTHER EQUIPMENT 

(a) Ambulances for which permits are issued as Category I, 
II, or III must have at least the following: 

(1) One Two operational flashlight: flashlights: 

(2) A two and one -half five pound fire extinguisher 
which must be a dry chemical or halogen, 
all-purpose type with a pressure gauge and approved 
by Underwriters Laboratories and U.S. Department 
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(3) "No Smoking" signs placed in cab or cabin and 
patient compartments; and 

(4) Electric lights to illuminate the patient compartment 
which are designed and located so that no glare is 
reflected into the driver's eyes or line of vision. 

(b) Institutions o r o r ganizations which o p e r ate Category I\^ ambulances with the State of No r th Carolina must com p ly wit 



Navigational system, navigational radar, or othe 

comparable radio equipment suited for wate 

navigation; and 

(5) Marine radio. 



if) Institutions o r o r ganizations which o p e r ate Catcgoiy - 



all pr ovisions of Cha p te r 75A Article 1 (Boating Safety Act) 



the — No r th Carolina Gene r al Statutes including all rule 



Commission unde r the autho r ity of these statutes. 
Authority G.S. 131E-157(a). 

.1004 WEAPONS AND EXPLOSIVES FORBroDEN 

(a) Weapons as defmed by the local county district attorney' 



office and explosives shall not be worn or carried aboard a 
ambulance vehicle within the State of North Carolina whei 
such ambulance vehicle is operating in any patient transpoi 
capacity or is available for such transport fimction. 

(b) This Rule shall apply whether or not such weapons an( 
explosives are concealed or visible. 

(c) This Rule shall not apply to duly appointed lav 
enforcement office r s who are serving in an autho r ized lav 



enfo r cement ca p acity while a p assenge r , occu p ant o r attendan 
on an ambulance vehicle, officers. 

(d) Safety flares are authorized for use on ambulanc' 
vehicles with the following restrictions: 

(1) These devices are not stored inside the 
compartment of the ambulance vehicle: 

(2) These devices must be packaged and stored so as t( 



patien 



ambulances within the State of No r th Ca r olina shall be defmed 

as Ai r Taxi O p e r ators unde r Part 135 of Title XIV o r Pa r t 91 

of the fede r al Aviation Administ r ation's Rules gove r ning ai r established — by — the — No r th — Carolina — Wildlife — Resource 

operations and as such must hold a cur r ent ce r tificate unde r 

these rules. In addition to the equipment required under this 

certification: 

(1) All Category IV ambulances must be equipped with 
an internal voice communication system to allow for 
commimication between the medical crew and the 
flight crew; and 

(2) All rotary wing Category IV ambulances must be 
equipped with: 

(A) An external public address system; 

(B) A remote control external search light; and 

(C) A light which illuminates the tail rotor. 

(c) Institutions or organizations which operate Category IV 
ambulances must submit to the Division of Facility Services, 
Office of Emergency Medical Se r vices : Services documentation 
that operation is coordinated with the local EMS svstem. 

^ Co p y of cu rr ent fede r al Aviation Administ r ation 

Part 135 o r 9 1 Ce r tificate. A co p y of this document 

is available fo r r eview at the Division of facility 

Services. Office of Eme r gency Medical Services, 

located at 701 — Barbou r D r ive. — Raleigh, — No r th 

Carolina o r co p ies may be obtained by contacting the 

Su p e r intendent of Documents. U.S. Gove r nment 

P r inting Office, Washington, D.C. 20402; and 
(2) Documentation that o p e r ation is coo r dinated with the 

local EMS system. 

(d) In addition to that required in Paragraph fb) of this Rule, 
Category IV ambulances approved under Rule .0801(b)(4)(B) 
of these rules must be equipped with: A two-way voice radio 
licensed by the Federal Commimications Commission capable 
of operation on any frequency required in the Public Safety 
Radio Service or Special Emergency Radio Service to allow 
communications on an as needed basis with public safety 
agencies such as fire departments, police departments, 
ambulance and rescue units, hospitals and local government 
agencies. 

(e) In addition to that required in Paragraph (a) of this Rule, 
Category V ambulances must be equipped with : with the 
following operational and functional equipment. 

(1) Two floatable o p e r ational flashlights; 

(2) Two five pound fire extinguishers which must be a 
dry chemical, all-purpose type with a pressure gauge 
and approved by Underwriters Laboratories and U.S. 
Department of Transportation and must be mounted 
in a quick-release bracket; 

(3) Lighted compass; 

(4) Radio navigational aids as ADF (automatic 
directional finder) or LORAN-C, Satellite Global 



prevent accidental discharge or ignition. 
Authority G.S. 131E-157(a). 

SECTION .1100 - COMMUNICATIONS 

.1103 EQUIPMENT 

Each ambulance shall be equipped with a two-way radi( 
capable of establishing radio communications from within th( 
ambulance service area of the coimty in which the ambulanc( 
is based to the county designated dispatch coordination cente; 
in that county and to the emergency department of th( 
hospital(s) to which patients are routinely transported. Th( 
radio shall be licensed by the Federal Communicationi 
Commission (FCC). 

(1) For an ambulance permitted as a Category 
ambulance as defined in Rule .0801(b)(1) or i 
Category 111 ambulance as defined in Rul 
.0801(b)(3) of this Subchapter, a radio telephone typ t 
device such as a cellular telephone cannot be the soh 



ai 



source of two way voice communication. 

A communication instrument such as a cellulai 



telephone capable of rapidly establishing two waj 
voice communication mounted within the driver'! 



compartment or patient treatment compartment usee 
to summon emergencv assistance is acceptable as thj 
sole communications device for an ambulance that i; 



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permitted as a Category U ambulance, as defined in 
Rule .08QHb)(2) of this Subchapter. 

ulhority G.S. 131E-157(a); 143-509(4). 

SECTION .1200 - TRAINING AND 
PERFORMANCE OF PERSONNEL 

1202 CRITERIA FOR CERTIHED EMT 
INSTRUCTOR 

A qualified certified EMT Instructor as defmed in Rule .0802 
f this Subchapter shall meet the following criteria: 



(1) 



(2) 



£3} 



Recognition from the Office of Emergency Medical 
Services that he meets the following Standards of the 
Certified EMT Instructor/ Coordinator Recognition 
Program: 

(a) Current North Carolina certification as an 
EMT, EMT-defibrillation technician, 
EMT-intermediate, CMT-advanccd 
intermediate, or EMT-paramedic; 

(b) Two Three years experience within the last 
five years of direct clinical patient contact in 
critical or emergency care; 

(c) Current ce r tification as an Ame r ican Hea r t 
Association — or — Ame r ican — Red — C r oss 



-or- 
ca r dio p ulmona r y 



r esuscitation (CPR) 



(d) 



(e) 



(f) 



(g) 



£4} lo be 



inst r ucto r; Documentation of JOO hours of 
formal, classroom teaching experience: 
Successful completion of the U.S. Department 
of Transportation's, EMT Instructor Course or 
equivalent; 

High school diploma or General Education 
Development certificate; 
A lead o r assistant instructo r fo r six basic 
rescue r CPR cou r ses within the last th r ee 
ycarx — and Current affiliation with an 
a pproved teaching institution: and 
Ex p e r ience as an instructo r fo r at least th r ee 
basic EMT cou r ses o r com p lete pr actice 
teaching in one basic EMT cou r se unde r the 
su p e r vision of an ex p e r ienced EMT instructo r . 
Be recommended for certification by the 
approved teaching institution with which the 
person is affiliated. 

Annually attends an EMT Evaluator and 

Instructor/Coordinator Workshop offered by the 

Office of Emergency Medical Services. 

Certification shall be valid for a period not to exceed 

four years. 

To be recertified as an EMT Instructor, a person 

shall meet the following criteria: 

(a) Current North Carolina certification as an 
EMT. EMT-defibrillation technician. EMT- 
intermediate. or EMT-paramedic: 
Current direct clinical patient care experience 
in critical or emergency care: 



M 



(c) Current affiliation with an approved teaching 
institution: and 

(d) Be recommended for recertification by the 
approved teaching institution with which the 
person is affiliated. The recommendation 
must address the instructional performance of 
the candidate as well as the number of courses 
taught during the previous certification period. 

Authority G.S. 131E-159(b). 

.1203 EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS 

A t r aining An educational program intended to qualify 
personnel as Ambulance Attendants or Emergency Medical 
Technicians must be approved by the Office of Emergency 
Medical Services following guidelines established by the 
Commission and offered by an approved teaching institution. 

Authority G.S. 131E-1 59(b). 

.1204 AEROMEDICAL FLIGHT CREW MEMBERS 

(a) All flight crew members who operate as the pilot in 
command and who fly rotary wing aircraft as air ambulances 
must meet, at a minimum, the following criteria: 

(1) 2,000 hours helicopter flight time; 
Commercial rotocraft certificate; 
Instrument helicopter rating; 
Ten hours additional flight training when making a 
transition from single to twin engine aircraft; 
Five hours additional flight training when making a 
transition from one model aircraft to another; 
Ten Four hours flight time orientation of which two 
should be day time and two should be night time for 
new pilots if unfamiliar with the program service 
area including night flights; and area; and 
Ftve Two hours flight time orientation for new pilots 
if familiar with the program service area including 
night flights. 

(b) All flight crew members and medical c r ew membe r s, 
including s p ecialty teams must meet, at a minimum, the 
following criteria: 

(1) Fly an average of at least five missions per month 
per six month period or complete refresher training 
in aircraft safety every six months; and 

(2) Complete refresher training in aircraft safety on an 
annual basis. 

(c) Relief pilots utilized by the program may assume 
operational duties at the discretion of the Lead Pilot/Aviation 
Site Manager. 

Authority G.S. 131E-1 59(b). 

.1205 AMBULANCE ATTENDANT PERFORMANCE 

Ambulance attendants trained educated in approved t r aining 
programs and certified by the Office of Emergency Medical 
Services may assist the emergency medical technician in 



(2) 
(3) 
(4) 

(5) 

(6) 



(7) 



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performing any of the following procedures if allowed by the 
County Emergency Medical Services System in which they 
function: 

(1) Patient assessment; 

(2) Basic life support techniques in accordance with the 
American Heart Association or American Red Cross 
including airway management and cardiopulmonary 
resuscitation; 

(3) Hemorrhage control; 

(4) Oxygen administration; 

(5) Treatment for shock; 

(6) Bandaging and dressing soft tissue injuries; 

(7) Splinting fractures and dislocations; 

(8) Treatment of injuries to the skull, spine, and chest; 

(9) Assisting in normal and abnormal childbirth; 

(10) Lifting and moving patients for transfer to a medical 
facility; 

(11) Treatment of injuries as a result of exposure to heat 
and cold; 

(12) Treatment of bums; and 

(13) Providing of basic life support for medical 
eme r gencies, emergencies; and 

(14) Use of an automated external defibrillator. 

Authority G.S. 131E-1 59(b). 

.1206 EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN 
PERFORMANCE 

Emergency Medical Technicians trained educated in 
approved t r aining programs and certified by the Office of 
Emergency Medical Services may perform any of the following 
procedures if allowed by the County Emergency Medical 
Services System in which they function: 

(1) Patient assessment; 

(2) Basic life support techniques in accordance with the 
American Heart Association or American Red Cross 
including airway management and cardiopulmonary 
resuscitation; 

(3) Oxygen administration; 

(4) Hemorrhage control; 

(5) Treatment for shock; 

(6) Bandaging and dressing soft tissue injuries; 

(7) Application of military anti-shock trousers; 

(8) Splinting fractures and dislocations; 

(9) Treatment of injuries to the head, face, eye, neck, 
and spine; 

(10) Treatment of injuries to the chest, abdomen and 
genitalia; 

(11) Provision of basic life support for medical injuries; 

(12) Assisting in normal and abnormal childbirths; 

(13) Treatment of injuries as a result of exposure to heat 
and cold; 

(14) Treatment of bums; 

(15) Lifting and moving patients for transfer to a medical 
facility; and 

(16) Extrication of patients from confined areas, areas; 
and 



(17) Use of an automated extemal defibrillator. 

Authority G.S. 131E-1 59(b). 

SECTION .1300 - CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS 
FOR BASIC LIFE SUPPORT PERSONNEL 

.1301 CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: 
AMBULANCE ATTENDANT 

(a) To become certified as an Ambulance Attendant, J 
person shall successfully complete either of the followin] 
o p tions : options within one year of the approved educational 
program course completion date: 
(1) OPTION I 



(A) 
(B) 



Be at least 18 years of age; 
Successfully com p lete, within one year prioi 
to — a pp lication, complete an Ambulance 
Attendant t r aining a pproved program meetin: 
the requirements of the "North Carolina 
Ambulance Attendant Curriculum Outline" 
Outline." dated February \994 — and 



inco rp orated he r ein by r efe r ence including 
subsequent amendments and editions. — This 



document may be obtained f r ee of charge 



from — the — Office — of Eme r gency — Medical 



Se r vices, P.O. Box 29530, Raleigh, NC 
27626-0530. When t r aining the approved 



(2) 



educational program was completed over one 
year prior to application, a person shall submit 
evidence of completion of continuing 
education in emergency medicine taken in the 
past year to the Office of Emergency Medical 
Services; 

(C) Pass a basic life suppon practical examination 
administered by the Office of Emergency 
Medical Services; and 

(D) Pass either an Ambulance Attendant written 
examination or an oral examination, at the 
option of the applicant, administered by the 
Office of Emergency Medical Services; or 

OPTION II 



(A) 
(B) 



Be at least 18 years of age; 

Successfully com p lete, within one year pr i or 

to — a pp lication, complete an approved 



Emergency Medical Technician training 
program meeting the requirements of the 
"North Carolina Emergency Medical 
Technician Curriculum Outline" Ou tline 



dated February 1 99 4 and inco rp o r ated he r ein 



by r efe r ence including subsequent amendments 



and editions. This document may be obtained 



f r ee of charge f r om the Office of Emergency 



Medical Services, P.O. Dux 2 9 530, Raleigh ; 
NC 27620-0530. When training the approved 



educational program was completed over one 
year prior to application, a person shall submit 
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education in emergency medicine taken in the 
past year to the Office of Emergency Medical 
Services; 

(C) Pass a basic life support practical examination 
administered by the Office of Emergency 
Medical Services; and 

(D) Complete an Emergency Medical Technician 
written examination administered by the 
Office of Emergency Medical Services and 
achieve a minimum score of 55%. 70% on the 
Ambulance Attendant Subset contained within 
the Emergencv Medical Technician written 
examination. 

(b) Persons holding current certification equivalent to an 
Ambulance Attendant with the National Registry of Emergency 
/ledical Technicians or in another state where the t r aining 
ducation and certification requirements have been approved for 



egal recognition by the Office of Emergency Medical Services 
nay become certified by: 

(1) Presenting evidence of such certification for 
verification by the Office of Emergency Medical 
Services; and 

(2) Be at least 18 years of age. 

(c) Certification obtained through legal recognition shall be 
'alid for a period not to exceed the length of the current 
lertification or a period not to exceed four years whichever is 
hotter. No certification shall be valid for a period exceeding 
our years. Persons who live in a state that borders North 
Carolina and are currently affiliated with an ambulance 
)rovider in North Carolina may continue to obtain a North 
Carolina certification through legal recognition if they continue 
meet the recertification requirements in the state in which 
hey reside. Persons who live in North Carolina and are 
:urrently certified in another state that borders North Carolina 
nay continue to obtain a North Carolina certification through 
egal recognition if they continue to meet the recertification 
equirements in the state in which they are certified. Persons 
vho were previously certified in North Carolina and are 
urrently certified in another state or with the National Registry 
)f Emergency Medical Technicians, shall present evidence of 
:ontinuing education and skill evaluation prior to becoming 
:ertified through legal recognition. 

(d) To become recertified as an Ambulance Attendant a 
)erson must successfully complete either of the following 
)ptions: 

(1) OPTION I 

(A) A continuing education program consisting of 
a minimum of 48 hours during each two year 
period of the person's four year certification 
period taught o r coo r dinated by a Qualified 
conducted under the direction of a Certified 
EMT Instructor. The continuing education 
program shall meet the requirements set forth 
in the "Guidelines for Initial Education, 
Refresher Education, Continuing Education 
and Performance Evaluation of Emergency 



Medical Services Basic Life Support 
Pe r sonnel" dated Februa r y 1 99 4 Personnel": 
or and — inco rp o r ated — he r ein — by — r efe r ence 
including — subsequent — amendments — and 
editions. This document may be obtained f r ee 
of cha r ge f r om the Office of Eme r gency 
Medical Se r vices, P.O. Box 2 9 530, Raleigh, 
NC 2762 6 -0530; 
(B) A continuing education program consisting of 
a minimum of 48 hours during each two year 
period of the person's four year certification 
period conducted under the direction of a 
Medical Director as defined in 21 NCAC 32H 
.0102(8). The continuing education program 
shall meet the requirements set forth in the 
"Guidelines for Continuing Education and 
Performance Evaluation of Emergency 
Medical Services Advanced Life Support 
Personnel" i and 
tB)£Q A basic life support skill evaluation(s) 
approved by the Office of Emergency Medical 
Services conducted under the direction of a 
Qualified Certified EMT Instructor or Medical 
Director as defmed in 21 NCAC 32H .0102(8) 
assessing the ability to perform the skills of an 
Ambulance Attendant; or 

(2) OPTION II 

(A) A continuing education program consisting of 
a minimum of 96 hours during the person's 
four year certification period. The continuing 
education program shall meet the requirements 
set forth in the "Guidelines for Initial 
Education, Refresher Education, Continuing 
Education and Performance Evaluation of 
Emergency Medical Services Basic Life 
Support Pe r sonnel" — dated Februa r y — ^994 
Personnel " ; and and inco rp o r ated he r ein by 
r efe r ence including subsequent amendments 
and editions. This document may be obtained 
f r ee of cha r ge f r om the Office of Eme r gency 
Medical Se r vices, P.O. Box 29530, Raleigh, 
NC 27 6 2 6 -0530 ; 

(B) A basic life support practical examination 
administered by the Office of Emergency 
Medical Services; or 

(3) OPTION III 

(A) An approved Ambulance Attendant refresher 
course consisting of a minimum of 48 hours 
during the person's last year of certification. 
This refresher course shall meet the 
"Guidelines for Initial Education, Refresher 
Education, Continuing Education and 
Performance Evaluation of Emergency 
Medical Services Basic Life Support 
Pe r sonnel" dated February 1 99 4 Personnel": 
and inco rp o r ated he r ein by r efe r ence including 



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subsequent amendments and editions. — This 
doeument may be obtained f r ee of cha r ge 
from — the — Office — of Eme r gency — Medical 
Sci ' viccs, P.O. Box 2 9 530. Raleigh, NC 
27626-0530 : 

(B) A basic life suppon practical examination 
administered by the Office of Emergency 
Medical Services; and 

(C) Afte r Se p tembe r 30, 1 99 6, an Ambulance 
Attendant A written examination or an oral 
examination, at the option of the applicant, 
administered by the Office of Emergency 
Medical Services. 

Authority G.S. 131E-I59(aj: 1984 S.L., c. 1034. 

.1302 CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: 

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN 

(a) To become certified as an Emergency Medical 
Technician, a person shall meet the following c r ite r ia ; criteria 
within one year of the approved educational program course 
completion date: 

(1) Be at least 18 years of age; 

(2) Successfully com p lete, within one year pr io r to 
a pp lication, complete an approved Emergency 
Medical Technician tr aining program meeting the 
requirements of the "North Carolina Emergency 
Medical Technician Curriculum Outline" — dated 
Tcb r uary 1994 Outline." and inco rp o r ated he r ein by 
r efe r ence including subsequent amendments and 
editions. — This document may be obtained f r ee of 
cha r ge f r om the Office of Eme r gency Medical 
Se r vices, P.O. Box 2 9 530. Raleigh, NC 27626-0530. 
When t r aining the approved educational program was 
completed over one year prior to application, a 
person shall submit evidence of completion of 
continuing education in emergency medicine taken in 
the past year to the Office of Emergency Medical 
Services; 

(3) Pass a basic life support practical examination 
administered by the Office of Emergency Medical 
Services; and 

(4) Pass an Emergency Medical Technician written 
examination administered by the Office of 
Emergency Medical Services. 

(b) Persons holding current certification equivalent to an 
Emergency Medical Technician with the National Registry of 
Emergency Medical Technicians or in another state where the 
t r aining educational and certification requirements have been 
approved for legal recognition by the Office of Emergency 
Medical Services may become certified by; 

(1) Presenting evidence of such certification for 
verification by the Office of Emergency Medical 
Services; and 

(2) Be at least 18 years of age. 

(c) Certification obtained through legal recognition shall be 
valid for a period not to exceed the length of the current 



certification or a period not to exceed four years whichever i; 
shorter. No certification shall be valid for a period exceeding 
four years. Persons who live in a state that borders Nortl 
Carolina and are currently affiliated with an ambulancf 
provider in North Carolina may continue to obtain a Nortl 
Carolina certification through legal recognition if they continu( 
to meet the recertification requirements in the state in whicl 
they reside. Persons who live in North Carolina and ar( 
currently certified in another state that borders North Carolini 
may continue to obtain a North Carolina certification througl 
legal recognition if they continue to meet the recertificatioi 
requirements in the state in which they are certified. Person 
who were previously certified in North Carolina and ar( 
currently certified in another state or with the National Registr; 
of Emergency Medical Technicians, shall present evidence o 
continuing education and skill evaluation prior to becominj 
certified through legal recognition. 

(d) To become recertified as an Emergency Medica 

Technician a person shall successfully complete either of thi 

following options: 

(1) OPTION I 



(A) 



A continuing education program consisting o 
a minimum of 48 hours during each two yea 
period of the person's four year certificatioi 
period taught o r coo r dinated by a Qualifie i 
conducted under the direction of a Certifiei 
EMT Instructor. The continuing educatio: 
program shall meet the requirements set fort 
in the "Guidelines for Initial Education 
Refresher Education, Continuing Educatio 
and Performance Evaluation of Emergenc 
Medical Services Basic Life Suppoi 
Pe r sonnel" dated Feb r uary 1 99 4 Personnel" 
or and — inco rp o r ated he r ein by — r cferenci 



including — subsequent — amendments — an 



editions. This document may be obtained f r e 



of charge f r om the Office of Eme r genc ; 



m 



Medical Se r vices. P.O. Box 2 9 530. Raleigh 
NC 27626-0530. 
A continuing education program consisting o 
a minimum of 48 hours during each two yea 



period of the person's four year certificatio 
period conducted under the direction of 
Medical Director as defined in 2\ NCAC 321 
.0102(8). The continuing education prograr 



tfi)iCl 



shall meet the requirements set forth in th 
"Guidelines for Continuing Education an 
Performance Evaluation of Emergenc 
Medical Services Advanced Life Suppoi 
Personnel"; and 

A basic life support skill evaluation(s| 
approved by the Office of Emergency Medic; 
Services conducted under the direction of 
Qualified Certified EMT Instructor or Medic 
Director as defmed in 21 NCAC 32H .0102(J 



assessing the ability to perform the skills of a 
Emergency Medical Technician; or 



( 



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(2) OPTION II 

(A) A continuing education program consisting of 
a minimum of 96 hours during the person's 
four year certification period. The continuing 
education program shall meet the requirements 
set forth in the "Guidelines for Initial 
Education, Refresher Education, Continuing 
Education and Performance Evaluation of 
Emergency Medical Services Basic Life 
Support Pe r sonnel " — dated Tcb r ua r y — W94 
Personnel"; and and inco rp o r ated he r ein by 
reference including subsequent amendments 
and editiom. This document may be obtained 
free of cha r ge f r om the Office of Eme r gency 
Medical Services, P.O. Box 2 9 530. Raleigh, 
NC 27626-0530; 

(B) A basic life support practical examination 
administered by the Office of Emergency 
Medical Services; or 

(3) OPTION III 

(A) An approved Emergency Medical Technician 
refresher course consisting of a minimum of 
48 hours during the person's last year of 
certification. This refresher course shall meet 
the "Guidelines for Initial Education, 
Refresher Education, Continuing Education 
and Performance Evaluation of Emergency 
Medical Services Basic Life Support 
Pe r sonnel" dated Feb r ua r y 1 99 4 Personnel"; 
and incor p o r ated herein by r efe r ence including 
subsequent amendments and editions. — This 
document may be obtained f r ee of cha r ge 
f r om — the — Office — of Eme r gency — Medical 
Services, P.O. Box 2 9 530, Raleigh, NC 
27626-0530; 

(B) A basic life support practical examination 
administered by the Office of Emergency 
Medical Services; and 

(C) Afte r Se p tembe r 30, 1 99 6, an An Emergency 
Medical Technician written examination 
administered by the Office of Emergency 
Medical Services. 



[uthority G.S. 131E-159(b): 1984 S.L., c. 1034. 

SECTION .1400 - ADMINISTRATION 

1401 LICENSE, PERMIT OR CERTIFICATION 
DENIAL, SUSPENSION, AMENDMENT OR 
REVOCATION 

(a) The Department may deny, suspend, or revoke the 
lermit of a specific vehicle for any of the following reasons: 

(1) Failure to substantially comply with the requirements 
of Section .0900 of this Subchapter; 

(2) Obtaining a permit through fraud or 
misrepresentation; or 



(3) Failure to provide emergency medical care to the 
defmed ambulance service area in a timely and 
professional manner. 

(b) The Department may issue a temporary permit for a 
specific vehicle whenever the Department finds that: 

(1) the ambulance provider to which that vehicle is 
assigned has substantially failed to comply with the 
provisions of G.S. 13 IE, Article 7 and the rules 
adopted imder that article; and 

(2) there is a reasonable probability that the ambulance 
provider can remedy the permit deficiencies within a 
reasonable length of time; and 

(3) there is a reasonable probability that the ambulance 
provider will be able thereafter to remain in 
compliance with the rules regarding ambulance 
permits for the foreseeable future. 

(c) The Department shall give the ambulance provider 
written notice of the temporary ambulance permit. This notice 
shall be given personally or by certified mail and shall set forth: 

( 1 ) the length of the temporary ambulance permit not to 
exceed 60 days; 

(2) a copy of the ambulance inspection form; 

(3) the statutes or rules alleged to be violated; and 

(4) notice to the ambulance provider's right to a 
contested case hearing on the temporary ambulance 
permit. 

(d) The temporary ambulance permit shall be effective 
immediately upon its receipt by the ambulance provider. The 
temporary ambulance permit shall remain in effect imtil: 

(1) the Department restores the vehicle to full permitted 
status; or 

(2) the Department revokes the vehicle's ambulance 
permit. 

(e) The Department may deny, suspend, or revoke the 
certification of a field technician BLS professional or certified 
EMT instructor for any of the following reasons: 

(1) Failure to comply with the applicable performance 
and certification requirements as found in Sections 
.1200 and .1300 of this Subchapter; 

(2) Obtaining o r attem p ting to obtain ce r tification o r 
r cce r tification th r ough f r aud o r mis r e pr esentation; 
Immoral or dishonorable conduct; 

(3) Aiding a p e r son in obtaining o r attem p ting to obtain 
ce r tification o r r cce r tification th r ough f r aud o r 
mis r e pr esentation; Making false statements or 
representations to the Office of Emergency Medical 
Services or willfully concealing of material 
information in connection with an application for 
certification: 

(4) Failu r e — to — com p etently — pe r fo r m — the — skills — or 
pr ocedu r es enume r ated in Section .1200 of this 
Subcha p te r; Being unable to perform as a BLS 
professional with reasonable skill and safety to 
patients and the public by reason of illness. 
drunkenness, excessive use of alcohol, drugs, 
chemicals, or ajiy other type of material or by reason 



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of any physical or mental abnormality: 

(5) Performance of a skill o r pr ocedu r e which is not 
within the sco p e and r es p onsibility of the ce r tificate 
holde r; Unprofessional conduct, including but not 
limited to a failure to comply with the rules relatin g 
to the proper function of a BLS professional or 
certified EMT instructor contained in this Subchapter 
or the performance of or attempt to perform a 
procedure which is detrimental to the health and 
safety of a patient or which is beyond the scope and 
responsibility of the BLS professional or certified 
EMT instructor; 

(6) Pe r fo r mance — of — a — skiti — or — pr ocedu r e — that — is 
det r imental to the health and safety of a p atient ; 
Conviction in any court of a crime inyolving moral 
turpitude, a conviction of a felony, or conviction of 
a crime involving the function of a BLS professional: 

(7) Any felony conviction: By false representations 
obtaining or attempting to obtain money or anything 
of value from a patient: 

(8) A misdemeano r conviction of the use, p ossession, o r 
dist r ibution of illegal d r ugs within the p ast five years ; 
or Adjudication of mental incompetence: 

(9) Conviction of d r iving while im p aired within the p ast 
five years. Lack of professional competence to 
practice with a reasonable degree of skill and safety 
for patients including but not limited to a failure to 
perform a prescribed procedure, failure to perform 
a prescribed procedure competently or performance 
of a procedure which is not within the scope of the 
official duties of the BLS professional: 

(10) Failure to respond within a reasonable period of time 
and in a reasonable maimer to inquires from the 
Office of Emergency Medical Services concerning 
any matter relating to the practice of a BLS 
professional or certified EMT instructor: 

(11) Testing positive for substance abuse by blood, urine 
or breath testing while on duty as a BLS professional 
or certified EMT instructor: or 

(12) Representing or allowing others to represent that the 
BLS professional or certified EMT instructor has a 
certification that the BLS professional or certified 
EMT instructor does not in fact have. 

(f) The Department shall deny any application for an 
Ambulance Provider License upon becoming aware that the 
applicant is not in substantial compliance with G.S. 13 IE, 
Article 7 and the rules adopted under that article. 

(g) The Department may amend any Ambulance Provider 
License by reducing it from a full license to a provisional 
license whenever the Department finds that: 

(1) the licensee has substantially failed to comply with 
the provisions of G.S. 131E, Article 7 and the rules 
adopted under that article; and 

(2) there is a reasonable probability that the licensee can 
remedy the licensure deficiencies within a reasonable 
length of time; and 

(3) there is a reasonable probability that the licensee will 



be able thereafter to remain in compliance with the 

licensure rules for the foreseeable future. 

(h) The Department shall give the licensee written notice of 

the amendment to the Ambulance Provider License. This 

notice shall be given personally or by certified mail and shall 

set forth: 

(1) the length of the provisional Ambulance Provider 
License; 

(2) the facmal allegations; 

(3) the statutes or rules alleged to be violated; and 

(4) notice to the ambulance provider's right to a 
contested case hearing on the amendment of the 
Ambulance Provider License. 

(i) The provisional Ambulance Provider License shall be 
effective immediately upon its receipt by the licensee and shall 
be posted in a prominent location at the primary business 
location of the ambulance provider, accessible to public view, 
in lieu of the full license. The provisional license shall remain 
in effect until: 

(1) the Department restores the licensee to full licensure 
status; or 

(2) the Department revokes the licensee's license. 

(j) The Department may revoke or suspend an Ambulance 
Provider License whenever: 

(1) the Department finds that: 

(A) the licensee has substantially failed to comply 
with the provisions of G.S. 131E, Article 7 
and the rules adopted imder that article; and 

(B) it is not reasonably probable that the licensee 
can remedy the licensure deficiencies within a 
reasonable length of time; or 

(2) the Department finds that: 

(A) the licensee has substantially failed to comply 
with the provisions of G.S. 13 IE, Article 7 
and the rules adopted under that article; and 

(B) although the licensee may be able to remedy 
the deficiencies within a reasonable period of 
time, it is not reasonably probable that the 
licensee will be able to remain in compliance 
with licensure rules for the foreseeable future; 
or 

(3) the Department finds that there has been any failure 
to comply with the provision of G.S. 131E, Article 
7 and the rules adopted under that article that 
endanger the health, safety or welfare of the patients 
cared for and transported by the licensee. 

(k) The issuance of a provisional Ambulance Provider 
License is not a procedural prerequisite to the revocation or 
suspension of a license pursuant to Paragraph (j) of this Rule. 

Authority G.S. 13 IE- 155.1; 131E-156; 131E-157(a); 
131E-159(b). 

.1403 APPLICATION PROCEDURES, REQUIRED 
FORMS 

(a) All applications for licensure, certification, or 
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Medical Services on the appropriate forms. 

(b) At a minimum, the following forms are required for 
application: 

(1) Certification Application Form for certification of 
persoimel; and 

(2) Certified Instructor Application Form: and 

i^Q} Ambulance Provider License Application Form for 
issuance of licenses. 

(c) The following documents are required for educational 
and evaluation programs incorporated herein by reference 
including subsequent amendments and editions. Copies of these 
documents are available free of charge from the Office of 
Emergencv Medical Services. PO Box 29530. Raleigh. NC 
27626-0530. 



(1) "North Carolina Ambulance Attendant Curriculum 
Outline": 

(2) "North Carolina Emergency Medical Technician 
Curriculum Outline": 

(3) "Guidelines for the Initial Education. Refresher 
Education. Continuing Education and Performance 
Evaluation of Emergency Medical Services Basic 
Life Support Personnel " : 

(4) "Guidelines for Continuing Education and 
Performance Evaluation of Emergency Medical 
Services Advanced Life Support Personnel" 

fe)(d} EMS providers shall complete all forms, surveys, and 
requests for data, as required by these Rules. 

Authority G.S. 131E-155.1; 131E-157(a); 131E-159(b). 



TITLE 13 - DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 150B-21.2 that the Department of Labor, Division of Occupational Safety and 
Health intends to amend rule cited as 13 NCAC 7F .OWL Notice of Rule-making Proceedings was published in the Register 
on March 14, 1997. 



Proposed Effective Date: July 1, 1998 



A Public Hearing will be conducted at 10:00 a.m. on September 17, 1997 at the NCDOL: 
Health, 319 Chapanoke Road, Suite 105, Conference Room A, Raleigh, NC. 



Division of Occupational Safety and 



Reason for Proposed Action: This amendment to 13 NCAC 07F .0101 (1) reformats portions of the rule to make it easier to 
correlate the State requirements with the previously adopted requirements of 29 CFR 1910. 1000 and other related standards, (2) 
removes information related to interim requirements that have expired, (3) corrects errors in computational formulas, units of 
measure, and other entries, (4) adopts the existing federal standard for silica, and (5) removes information that repeats the content 
of federal standards fRef: G.S. 1508-19(4)]. 
Note: The attached edited pages also reflect a Notice of Text & Hearing submittal published in the August I, 1997 NC Register. 

Comment Procedures: The purpose of this anrwuncement is to encourage all interested and potentially affected persons or parties 
to make their views known to the Division of Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) whether in favor of or opposed to any and all 
provisions of the proposal being noticed. Written comments, data, or other information relevant to this proposal must be submitted 
within 30 days (October 3, 1997). Written comments may be submitted to: Peggy D. Morris, Division of Occupatiorml Safety and 
Health at NCDOL: Division of Occupational Safety and Health, 319 Chapanoke Road, Suite 105, Raleigh. NC 27603-3432, Phone: 
(919) 662-4581 or 1-800-LABORNC, FAX: (919) 662-4582. 



Fiscal Note: This Rule does not affect the expenditures or revenues of state or local government funds, 
a substantial economic impact of at least five million dollars ($5,000,000) in a 12-month period. 



This Rule does not have 



CHAPTER 7 - OFFICE OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH 

SUBCHAPTER 7F - STANDARDS 

SECTION .0100 - GENERAL INDUSTRY STANDARDS 

.0101 GENERAL INDUSTRY 

fa) The provisions for the Occupational Safety and Health Standards for General Industry, Title 29 of the Code of Federal 
Regulations Part 1910 promulgated as of Februa r y 28,1 99 7, August 4, 1997. and exclusive of subsequent amendments, are 
incorporated by reference except as follows: 



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(1) Subpart H - Hazardous Materials, 29 CFR 1910.120, Hazardous waste operations and emergency response, 
§1910. 120(q)(6) is amended by adding a new level of training: 

"(vi) First responder operations plus level. First responders at operations plus level are individuals who respond to 
hydrocarbon fuel tank leaks where the leaking tanks contain a hydrocarbon fuel which is used to propel the vehicle on 
which the tank is located. Only those vehicles designed for highway use or those used for industrial, agricultural or 
construction purposes are covered. First responders at the operations plus level shall have received at least training equal 
to first responder operations level and, in addition, shall receive training or have had sufficient experience to objectively 
demonstrate competency in the following areas and the employer shall so certify: 

(A) Know how to select and use proper specialized personal protective equipment provided to the first responder at 
operations plus level; 

(B) Understand basic hazardous materials terms as they pertain to hydrocarbon fuels; 

(C) Understand hazard and risk assessment techniques that pertain to gasoline, diesel fuel, propane and other 
hydrocarbon fuels; 

(D) Be able to perform control, containment, or confinement operations for gasoline, diesel fuel, propane and other 
hydrocarbon fuels within the capabilities of the available resources and personal protective equipment; and 

(E) Understand and know how to implement decontamination procedures for hydrocarbon fuels." 

(2) Subpart I -- Personal Protective Equipment -- 29 CFR 1910.132, General requirements, is amended at 29 CFR 
1910.132(b) to read: 

"(b) Equipment. (1) Employer-provided equipment. It is the responsibility of the employer to provide, at no cost to 
the employee, all personal protective equipment which the employee does not wear off the jobsite for use off the job. 
(2) Employee-owned equipment. Where employees provide their own protective equipment, the employer shall be 
responsible to assure its adequacy, including proper maintenance, and sanitation of such equipment." 

(3) Subpart R -- Special Industries - incorporation by reference of final rule for 29 CFR 1910.269, Electric Power 
Generation, Transmission, and Distribution, including Appendices A through E, published in 59 FR (January 31, 1994) 
pages 4437 - 4475, all typographical and grammatical corrections to 1910.269 as published in 59 FR (June 30, 1994) 
pages 33660 - 33664, and the amendment to 1910.269(g)(2)(i) as published in 59 FR (August 9, 1994) page 40729, except 
that 29 CFR 1910.269(g)(2)(v) is amended to read: 

"(v) Fall arrest equipment, work positioning equipment, or travel restricting equipment shall be used by employees 
working at elevated locations more than 4 feet (1.2 m) above the ground on poles, towers or similar structures if 
other fall protection has not been provided. A fall protection system as defined in 29 CFR 1926, Subpart M - Fall 
Protection, is required to be used by all employees when ascending, descending or changing locations on poles, 
towers or similar structures. However, the use of non-locking snap hooks with any fall protection system is 
prohibited as of July 1, 1995. Qualified employees may free climb wood poles if the employer can ensure (1) that 
the employee is able to comfortably and safely grip the pole with both hands while climbing, (2) that the pole is 
free from attachments or any configurations of attachments that will materially impair the ability of a qualified 
employee to safely free climb the pole, (3) that the pole is otherwise free from impediments, contaminants or 
conditions of any type, including but not limited to ice, high winds or chemical treatments which materially impair 
the ability of a qualified employee to safely free climb the pole, and (4) that the employee is able to climb such 
structures without material physical impairments including over-exertion, lack of sleep or other physical stresses." 
29 CFR 1910.269 as amended above is effective January 1, 1995, except that employers have until July 1, 1995, 
to implement the use of locking snap hooks, and employers have until January 1, 1996, to design and implement 
a system of fall protection for use by employees while ascending, descending or changing locations on towers. 
Also, 29 CFR 1910.269(a)(2) Training is effective January 31, 1995, and 29 CFR 1910.269(v)(ll)(xii) is effective 
February 1, 1996. 

(4) Subpart Z - Toxic and Hazardous Substances: 
tal (t4c) 29 CFR 1910.1000 Air Contaminants: 

Revision of 1 9 10.1000 (a) and (f), r emoval of Table Z-2 and Table Z-3 and r e-ado p tion of r evised p e r missible 
exposu r e limits as Table Z-1 as o r iginally p ublished in 54 FR (January 1 9 , 1 9 8 9 ) p ages 2 9 23 - 2 9 58 as follows: 
"§1 9 10.1000 Air contaminants. 

An em p loyee's ex p osu r e to any substance listed in Table Z-1 of this section shall be limited in acco r dance with 

the r equi r ements of the following p a r ag r a p hs and sections. 

(a) Tabl e Z - l.(l) Substances with limits designated by "C" - Ceiling Limits. An em p loyee's ex p osu r e to any 

substance in Table Z-1. the ex p osu r e limit of which is followed by a "C". shall at no time exceed the ex p osure limit 

given fo r that substance in Table Z- 1 . 

(2) Current peivtissible e.vposure limits. An em p loyee's ex p osu r e to any substance listed in Table Z-1 shall not 

exceed the Time Weighted Ave r age (TWA), Sho r t Term Ex p osu r e Limit (STEL) and Ceiling Limit s p ecified fo r 

that substance in Table Z-1 unde r the Cu rr ent PEL column. 

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(3) Skin Desigt i ation. To p r event o r r educe skin absor p tion, an em p loyee's skin ex p osu r e to substances listed in 
Table Z-1 with an "X" in the Skin Designation column following the substance name shall be pr evented o r r educed 
to the extent necessary in the ci r cumstances th r ough the use of gloves, cove r alls, goggles, o r othe r a ppr o pr iate 
personal pr otective equi p ment, enginee r ing cont r ols o r wo r k pr actices. 

(4) Definitions. The following definitions a r c a pp licable to the Cur r ent PEL column of Table Z-1 : 

(i) Time weighted ave r age (TWA) is the em p loyee's ave r age ai r bo r ne ex p osu r e in any 8-hour wo r k shift 
of a 40-hou r wo r k week which shall not be exceeded. 

(ii) Short term ex p osure limit (STCL) is the em p loyee's 15-minute time weighted ave r age ex p osu r e which 
shall not be exceeded at any time during a wo r k day unless anothe r time limit is s p ecified in a p a r enthetical 
notation below the limit. If another time p e r iod is s p ecified, the time weighted ave r age ex p osu r e ove r that 
time period shall not be exceed at any time du r ing the wo r king day. 

(iii) Ceiling is the em p loyee's ex p osu r e which shall not be exceeded du r ing any p a r t of the wo r k day. If 
instantaneous monito r ing is not feasible, then the ceiling shall be assessed as a I5-minuic time weighted 
ave r age ex p osu r e which shall not be exceeded at any time ove r a wo r king day. 

(5) — Additional Definitions. The terms "substance," "ai r contaminant, ' and "mate r ial" a r c equivalent in 
meaning fo r 2 9 CFR 1 9 10.1000. 
(b) and (c) are resen ' ed. 
(d) and (e) are not amended. 

if) Effective dates. (1) The effective date fo r the pe r missible ex p osu r e limits s p ecified in the following 
Cu rr ent PCL column of Table Z-1 is Ma r ch 7, 1 99 7. 
iii The equation in 29 CFR 1910.1000(d)(l)(i) is clarified to read as follows: 

E ^ icx, ± Cbib ± . . . c j:^ 

(iil The equation in 29 CFR 1910. 1000(d)(2)(i) is clarified to read as follows: 

E, = (C,/L,} + tC,/L,l + . . AC^^i 
(iii) The permissible exposure limits as originally published in 54 PR (January 19. 1989) pages 2331-2983 are 

incorporated except as otherwise specified or noted in this Rule, 
(iv) Employee exposure to the toxic and hazardous substances listed in the following tables shall be limited to 

the specified values. 

PERMISSIBLE EXPOSURE LIMITS FOR AIR CONTAMINANTS 

NOTE : Because of the length of the table, ex p lanato r y Footnotes a pp licable to all substances a r e given below. 

Footnot e (1) The PELs a r e 8-hou r TWAs unless othe r wise noted; a (C) designation denotes a ceiling limit. — They a r e to be 

detci ' mined f r om breathing-zone ai r sam p les. 

Foo t no t e (2) Pa r ts of va p o r o r gas p e r million p a r ts of contaminated ai r by volume at 25 deg r ees C and 760 to r r. 

Footnot e (3) Millig r ams of substance p e r cubic mete r of ai r . When ent r y is in this column only, the value is exact; when listed 

with a pp m ent r y, it is a ppr oximate. 

Foo t note (4) The CAS numbe r is fo r information only. Enfo r cement is based on the substance name. 

Footnote f^ £11 Regarding Styrene Only: OSHNC recognizes that the permissible exposure limits for styrene may not be 

achievable solely through engineering and work practice controls for boat-building and operations comparable to boat building. 

Comparable of)erations are those that (1) employ the manual layup and sprayup process, (2) the manufactured items that utilize the 

same equipment and technology as that found in boat building, and (3) the same considerations of large part size, configuration 

interfering with air-flow control techniques, and resin usage apply. Examples of operations comparable to boat building would 

include the manufacture of large above-ground or below-ground storage tanks, large parts for recreational vehicles, and large duct 

work. Because it is impossible to define in advance every manual layup and sprayup process for which compliance may not be 

feasible solely through engineering and work practice controls, some guidelines concerning part size and configuration issues are 

necessary. The primary question for manual layup and sprayup operations is whether the part's size and configuration interfere 

with normal air-flow techniques. For operations making parts (such as tubs and vanities) that do not meet the guidelines described, 

beginning April 1, 1996, the hierarchy of controls specified in 29 CFR 1910.10(X)(e) will apply to reduce styrene exposures to the 

new 50 ppm TWA and 100 ppm STEL. In consequence, the burden of proof will be on the employer to show that engineering and 

work practice controls are not feasible for specific operations. However, with respect to boat-building operations the burden of 

proof would be on OSHNC to prove that the level could be attained solely through engineering and work practice controls. 

Footnote f6) {21 Regarding Acrylamide. Carbon Dioxide and Silica only: no change was made to the PEL. The federal standards 

at 29 CFR 1910.1000 are adopted. 

Footnote irf) £31 Regarding Subtilisins only: PELs for this substance is are not included in Table Z-1 below, adopted. 



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TABLE Z - 1. LIMITS FOR AIR CONTAMINANTS 



SUBSTANCE 



NCnVIBER 



FORMER PEL 



CURRENT PEL 






Acetaldch^ ■ dc 



75-07-0 



200 pp m TWA 



100 pp m TWA 
150 pp m STEL 



Acetic acid 



64-1 9 -7 



10 pp m TWA 



10 pp m TWA 



Aceiic anhyd r ide 



108-24-7 



5 pp m TWA 



5 pp m TWA (C) 



Acetone 



€Mr^ 



1000 pp m TWA 



750 pp m TWA 
1000 pp m STEL 



75-05-8 



40 pp m TWA 



40 p pm TWA 
60 pp m STEL 



■ !-Aceiylaminofluo r ene 
— see 1 9 10.1014 



53- 9 6-3 



Acetylene dichlo r idc 

— !^ee 1.2-Dichlo r oeihylenc 



Ac^rteTtc-frfrabromide 



7 9 -27-6 



pp m TWA 



p p m TWA 



Acetylsalicylic acid 
— (As p i r in) 



50-70-2 



5 mg/m^ TWA 



Ac r olein 



107-02-0 



0.1 pp m TWA 



0.1 pp m TWA 
0.3 pp m STEL 



Acrv ' lamide 



7 9 -06-1 



0.3 mg/m ^^FWA 



0.3 mg/m ' TWA 



Ac r v ' lic acid 



7 9 -10-7 



No former PEL 



10 pp m TWA 



X 



Ac r s'lonitriic: 
see 1 9 10.1045. 



107-13-1 



Ald r in 



30 9 -00-2 



0.25 mg/m^ TWA 



0.25 mg/m^ TWA 



Allyl alcohol 



107-18- 6 



2 pp m TWA 



2 pp m TWA 
4 pp m STEL 



Allvl chlo r ide 



107-05-1 



1 pp m TWA 



1 pp m TWA 

2 pp m STEL 



Allyl glycidyl ethe r (AGE) 



106- 9 2-3 



10 ppm (C) 



5 pp m TWA 
10 pp m STEL 



Allyl pr o p yl disulFidc 



217 9 -5 9 -1 



2 pp m TWA 



2 pp m TWA 

3 pp m STEL 



al p ha-Alumina 

Total Dust 
— Rcs p i r able f r action 



1344-28-1 



15 mg/m '"-TWA 



4e-^ng/ffl'^FWA 
5 mg''m *^FWA 



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Aluminum (as Al) 
Metal 

Total dust 

Rcspirablc f r action 

— Welding fumes 
■ Alkyls 



742 9 - 9 0-5 



742 9 - 9 0-5 



45-mg/ffl''-TWA 
5-^Hg/iR'-TWA 



45-^fif/ffi'-^FWA 
J nig/m 1 w/\ 
5-^ng/fH'-TWA 
5 mg/m *-^FWA 

^ /..-^ T^H r A 

X — Ills/ in I vv /\ 



Aluminum (soluble salts) 



742 9 - 9 0-5 



mg/m *-^FWA 



4-Aminodi p henyl ; 
see 1 9 10.1011 



9 2- 6 7-1 



2-Aminoethanol ; 
— sec Ethanolamine 



2-Amino p yridine 



504-2 9 -0 






0.5 pp m TWA 



Amitrol 



61-82-5 



No fo r me r PEL 



0.2 mg/m ^^FWA 



Ammonia 



76 6 4-41-7 



50 p p m TWA 



35 pp m STCL 



Ammonium ehlo r ide fume 



12125-02- 9 



No fo r me r PEL 



10 mg/m^ TWA 
20 mg/m^ STEL 



Ammonium sulfamate 

— Total dus t 

— Rcs p i r able f r action 



7773-06-0 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



10 mg/m ^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



'i -Amyl acetate 



620-63-7 



100 pp m TWA 



100 pp m TWA 



jec-Amyl aceta t e 



626-30-0 



125 pp m TWA 



125 pp m TWA 



Aniline and homologs 



6 2-53-3 



5 p p m TWA 



2 pp m TWA 



X 



Anisidinc (i?-. / ^ -isome r s). 



2 9 1 9 1-52-4 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



Antimony and com p ounds 
(as Sb) 



7440-3 6 -0 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



ANTU (Alpha 
na p hthylthiou r ea) 



86-88-4 



0.3 mg/m» TWA 



0.3 mg/m ^ TWA 



A r senic, ino r ganic — 
com p ounds (as As) ; 
see 1 9 10.1018 



Va r ies with 
compound 



A r senic, o r ganic 
com p ounds (as As) 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



A r sine 



7784-42-1 



0.05 mg/m^ TWA 



0.05 pp m TWA 



Asbestos; sec 1 9 10.1001 



At r azine 



1 9 12-24- 9 



No former PEL 



5 mg/m^ TWA 



Azin p hos-mcthyl 



86-50-0 



0.2 mg/m^ TWA 



0.2 mg/m^ TWA 



Ba r ium, soluble com p ounds 
(as Da) 



7440-3 9 -3 



0.5 mg/m» TWA 



0.5 mg/m» TWA 



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Barium sulfate 

— Total dust 

— Rcs p i r ablc f r action 



7727-43-7 



15 mgfm^ TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 



10 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Dcnomyl 

— Total dust 

— Rcs p i r ablc f r action 



17004 - 35 - 



15 mg/m ^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



10 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Benzene: Sec 1 9 10.1028 
See Table Z-2 fo r the 
limits a pp licable in the 
o p e r ations o r secto rs 
excluded in 1 9 10.1028(d) 



71-43-2 



B e nzidme : Sec 1910.1010 



9 2-07-5 



p-Bcnzoquinone ; — scc- 
Quinone. 



Bcnzo(a) p y r cnc: see — 
Coal tar pitch volatilcs 



Benzoyl p e r oxide 



9 4-36-0 



5 mg/m^ TWA 



5 mg/m = ' TWA 



Benzyl chlo r ide 



100-44-7 



5 mg/m ^ ' TWA 



5 mg/m^ TWA 



Beryllium and 

bciyllium com p ounds 
(as Be) 



7440-41-7 



Table Z-2 



0.002 ppm TWA 

0.005 pp m STEL 

(30 minute) — 

0.02 5 pp m (C) 



Bi p henyl; see Di p henyl. 



Bismuth telluridc, 



Total dust 
Rcs p i r ablc f r action 



1304-02-1 



15 mg/ m ^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



15 mg/m ' TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 



Bismuth telluridc, Se- 
do p ed 



1304-82-1 



No forme r PCL 



5 mg/m^ TWA 



Bo r ates, tet r a (anhyd r ) 



1330-43-4 



No former PEL 



10 mg/m^ TWA 



Bo r ates, tet r a (decahyd) 



1303- 9 6-43 



No former PEL 



10 mg/m ^ TWA 



Bo r ates, tet r a ( p entahyd) 



1217 9 -04-3 



No former PEL 



10 mg/m^ TWA 



Bo r on oxide 

— Total dust 

— Rcs p i r ablc f r action 



1303-06-2 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



10 mg/m ^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Bo r on t r ib r omidc 



102 9 4-33-4 



No former PEL 



1 pp m (C) 



Bo r on t r ifluo r ide 



7637-07-2 



1 pp m TWA (C) 



1 pp m TWA (C) 



B r omacil 



314-40- 9 



No forme r PEL 



1 pp m TWA 



B r omine 



7726- 9 5-6 



0. 1 pp m TWA 



0.1 pp m TWA 
0.3 pp m STEL 



B r omine p cntafluo r idc 



778 9 -30-2 



0. 1 pp m TWA 



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PROPOSED RULES 



Di ' omofo r m 



75-25-2 



0.5 pp m TWA 



0.5 pp m TWA 



^ 



Butadiene — (1.3-Dutadicne) 
Sec 2 9 CrR 1 9 10.1051; 
2 9 CrR 1910.1 9 (1) 



106- 99 -0 



Butane 



106- 9 7-8 



No fo r me r PEL 



800 pp m TWA 



Dutanethiol; See Butyl 
mc r ca p tan 



2-Butanone (Methyl ethyl 
ketone) 



78- 9 3-3 



200 pp m TWA 



200 pp m TWA 
300 pp m STEL 



-Buioxyethanol 



111-76-2 



50 p p m TWA 



25 pp m TWA 



/ i -Butyl-acetatc 



123-06-4 



150 pp m TWA 



150 pp m TWA 
200 pp m STEL 



5fi."-Butyl acetate 



105-46-4 



200 p p m TWA 



200 pp m TWA 



fgrf-Butyl aeetate 



540-00-5 



200 pp m TWA 



200 pp m TWA 



>i-Butyl ae r ylate 



141-32-2 



No forme r PEL 



10 pp m TWA 



»-Butyl alcohol 



71-3 6 -3 



100 pp m TWA 



50 pp m (C) 



5ei-"-Butyl alcohol 



78-92 



150 pp m TWA 



100 pp m TWA 



/i?;T-Butyl alcohol 



75-65-0 



100 pp m TWA 



100 p pm TWA 
150 pp m STEL 



Butylamine 



109-73-9 



5 pp m (C) 



5 p p m (C) 



/g/ - f-Butyl eh r omate 
(as C r O(3)) 



118 9 -85-1 



0.1 mg/m^C) 



0.1 mg/mMC) 



«-Butyl glycidyl ethe r 
(DGE) 



2426-00-6 



50 pp m TWA 



25 pp m TWA 



H-Butyl lactate 



138-22-7 



5 p pm TWA 



; i -Butyl mc r ca p tan 



10 9 -7 9 -5 



0.5 pp m TWA 



Butyl mc r ca p tan 



10 9 -7 9 -5 



10 pp m TWA 



0.5 pp m TWA 



o-sec-Butyl p hcnol 



8 9 -72-5 



No forme r PEL 



5 pp m TWA 



/ > -te r t-Butyltoluenc 



9 8-51-1 



10 pp m TWA 



10 pp m TWA 
20 pp m STEL 



Cadmium (as Cd); 
sec 1 9 10.1027 



7440-43- 9 



Calcium Carbonate 
Total dust 
Res p i r ablc f r action 



1317-65-3 



15 mg/m'' TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Calcium cyanamidc 



156-62-7 



No former PEL 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



Calcium hyd r oxide 



1305-62-0 



No fo r me r PEL 



5 mg/m^ TWA 



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Calcium oxide 



1305-76-8 



5 mg/m^ TWA 



5 mg/m^ TWA 



Calcium silicate 

— Total dus t 

— Res p i r ablc f r action 



1344- 9 5-2 



15 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m ^ TWA 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Calcium sulfate 

— Total dust 

— Rcspirablc f r aeti 



ion 



7776-18- 9 



15 mg/m - ' TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m ^ TWA 



Cam p ho r , synthetic 



76-22-2 



2 mg/m^ TWA 



2 mg/m^ TWA 



Ca pr olaetam (dust) 



105-60-2 



No forme r PEL 



1 mg/m' TWA 
3 mg/m^ STEL 



Caprolaetam (va p o r ) 



105-60-2 



No forme r PEL 



5 pp m TWA 
10 p p m STEL 



Captafol (Difola t an) 



2425-0 6 -1 



No forme r PEL 



0.1 mg/m - 'TWA 



C apt an 



133-0 6 -2 



No forme r PEL 



5 mg/m^ TWA 



Carbaryl (Sevin) 



63-25-2 



5 mg/m^ TWA 



5 mg/m^ TWA 



Ca r bofu r an 



15 6 3-6 6 -2 



No former PEL 



0. 1 mg/m^ TWA 



Ca r bon black 



1333-06-4 



3.5 mg/m^ TWA 



3.5 mg/m^TWA 



Ca r bon dioxide 



124-30-9 



5000 pp m TWA 



5000 pp m TWA 



Carbon disulfide 



75-15-0 



Table Z-2 



20 pp m TWA 

30 pp m (O* 

100 pp m Peak* 

*Maximum du r ation is 

30 min. fo r 8-h r . shift. 



Carbon monoxide 



630-00-0 



50 pp m TWA 



35 pp m TWA 

200 pp m (C) 



Ca r bon tct r ab r omidc 



558-13-4 



No former PEL 



0. 1 pp m TWA 
0.3 ppm STEL 



Ca r bon tet r achlo r ide 



5 6 -23-5 



Table Z-2 



2 pp m TWA 



Ca r bonyl fluo r ide 



353-50-4 



No fo r me r PEL 



2 pp m TWA 
5 pp m STEL 



Catechol (Py r ocatcchol) 



120-00-9 



No forme r PEL 



5 pp m TWA 



^ 



Cellulos e 

— Total dus t 

— Rcs p i r ablc f r actic 



9 004-34-6 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m - ' TWA 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Cesium hyd r oxide 



21351-7 9 -1 



No former PEL 



2 mg/m ^ TWA 



Chlo r dane 



57-74- 9 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



Chlo r inated cam p hene 



8001-35-2 



0.5 mg/m' TWA 



0.5 mg/m' TWA 
1 mg/m^ STEL 



Chlo r inated di p hcnyl oxide 



557J0- 9 9-5 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



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n ^ nnm TU/ A 




Chlorine 




1 ppili i^> 






• 










Chlorine dioxide 








U.J ppm 3 1 iiL 




7790-91-2 








Chlorine trinuoride 








107-20-0 








fcnteroacetaldehyac 


1 ppm ti^; 


1 ppm {K^} 












ct-Chloroacetophc none 








(1 ncnacyi cnioriue) 












Chloroac-etyl chloride 


/7-U4 y 
















Chlorobenzenc 










T/TOP ^ 1 I 






X 


o-Chlorobenzyhdene 








maiononitriie 




Tl 07 ^ 


200 ppm TWA 






Chterobromomethane 
















z-L.nioro-1 ,j-outauicnc; 


3CC pffu-cnioroprcnc 












Chlorodifluoromethane 










CT ,1iiO "^ 1 '^ 






?f 


Lhlorodipneny 1 












t 1 riH"' '''^ ■" 






X 


Lhlorodiphcnyl 










1 /^i_l_ „ T 




























Ltnyicnc cnioronyurin 






















^,^r* 




cnioroiorni 












^ 1 T oo 1 
















107-30-2 








i_nioromctnyi mcinyi 


cincr; sec i^iu.iuuo 








2 ppm TWA 




i-cnioro-i nitropropanc 


OUU z5-7 


^u ppm I WA 


/-•Ul . CT .1 


"7/^ 1 ^ T 




1 r\Ar\ rk«at> X^l^A 












/ni-i 


7G-06-2 










U. 1 ppm 1 WA 


0. 1 ppm 1 WA 










?t 




lZO-'7T?-C5 




















iNo lormcr r'LL 


5U ppm 1 WA 





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t?-Cholo r otolucne 



95 -4 9 -8 



No fonnc r PEL 



50 pp m TWA 



2-Chlo r o- 6 

(t r ichlo r omcthyl) py r idine 
— Total dust 
— Res p i r ablc f r action 



1 9 2 9 -82-4 



15 mg/m ^ TWA 
5 mg/m ^ TWA 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Chlo rp y r ifos 



2 9 21-88-2 



No fo r me r PEL 



0.2 mg/m^ TWA 



X 



Ch r omic acid and — 
ch r omates (as C r O(3)) 



Va r ies with 
com p ound 



Ta bl e Z-2 



0.1 pp m (C) 



Ch r omium (II) com p ounds 
(as C r ) 



7440-47-3 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



Chromium (III) — 
com p ounds (as C r ) 



7440-47-3 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



Ch r omium metal and insol. 
salts (as C r ) 



7440-47-3 



mg/m ^ TWA 



mg/m^ TWA 



ChPi ' senc: sec Coal ta r 
pitch volatilcs 



Clo p idol 

— Total dust 

— Rcs p i r able f r action 



2 9 71- 9 0-0 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Coal dust (less than — 
5% SiO(2)). r es p i r able 
f r action 



Table Z-3 



2 mg/m^ TWA 



Coal dust (g r eate r than o r 
equal to 5% SiO(2)). 
r es p i r able f r action 



Table Z-3 



0.1 mg/m^ TWA 



Coal ta r p itch 

volatilcs (benzene 
soluble f r action), 
anth r acene. DaP, — 

p henanth r ene. 

ac r idinc, ehryscnc, 
p y r ene. 



65966-93-2 



0.2 mg/m^ TWA 



0.2 mg/m^ TWA 



Cobalt, metal; dust 
and fume (as Co) 



7440-48-4 



0. 1 mg/m - ^ TWA 



0.05 mg/m^ TWA 



Cobalt ea r bonyl (as Co) 



10210-68-1 



No forme r PEL 



0.1 mg/m^TWA 



Cobalt hyd r oca r bonyl (as 
Co) 



16842-03-0 



No fo r me r PEL 



0.1 mg/m^ TWA 



Coke oven emissions; see 
1 9 10.102 9 



Co pp e r 

— Fume (as Cu) 

— Dusts and mists (as Cu) 



7440-50-0 



0.1 mg/m - ^TWA 
1 mg/m ^ TWA 



0.1 mg/m^TWA 
1 mg/m^ TWA 



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Cotton dust, raw, (c); See 






1910.104-3 














of waste recycling 


recycling (blending. 


(blending, sorting. 


sorting, cleaning and 


Cleaning ana 


wiiiowmg) ana 




garnetling 






1 1/^1 7fi 7 












Total dust 


5 mg/m-^ TWA 




Rcspirabie fraction. 






,, ■ 






X 


Crcsol, all isomers 












123-73-9 
4170-30-3 








Crotonaldehydc 








299-86-5 




C M*. •/■•■! X^l^ A 




Crufomate 














X 


Cumene 


















Cyanamidc 
















Cyanides (as Cn) 


vanes witn 






compounu 












Cyanogen 


4ou ly-s 


INO roi'incr i LL 


lu ppm 1 WA 


. 










Cyanogen chloride 


3Uo / / 4 


iNO rormcr I'LL 


U.J ppm (L ) 














1 lU-OZ-/ 


juu ppm 1 WA 


juu ppm 1 WA 




iCiQ Q1 n 






X 












1 no o.-! 1 




25 ppm TWA 




Cyclohexanonc 








110-83-8 








Cyclohexene 




jOU ppm 1 WA 














lUO *7l 


INO rormcr I'LL 


lu ppni 1 WA 




121-02-4 






X 


cyeionitc 


[NO rormcr i'll 


1 .zf mg/m*' 1 WA 


^ , .J- 












DHZ-y^- f 




/5 ppm i WA 




TOT riT T 




























1 JlZl- /U-5 


pjo lormcr r'LL 


5 mg/m*^ 1 WA 




fi-l "7^ "7 


\C\ aM.a /.M^ TAl r A 


1 (T ■«.«/■■■ '^ XAl^ A 










lU mg/m-^ 1 WA 






1 TTfi"^ '' ^ '^ 




C\ (\^ r-i»Ma XAlf li 


X 














QA/^ r ^ n 1 




r\ 1 M* ra /ii 1 ^ TW I \ 


?€ 











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PROPOSED RULES 



Diacetonc alcohol 

(4-nyd r oxy-4-methyl- 
— 2- p cntanone) 



123-42-2 



50 pp m TWA 



50 pp m TWA 



1,2-Diaminocthanc : 
sec Cthvlcncdiamine 



Diazinon 



333-41-5 



No fo r me r PEL 



0.1 mg/m^TWA 



Diazomcthanc 



334-88-3 



0.2 pp m TWA 



0.2 p p m TWA 



Dibo r anc 



1 9 287-45-7 



0.1 pp m TWA 



0. 1 pp m TWA 



1.2-Dib r omo-3- 
chlo r o pr o p anc (DDCP) 
sec 1 9 10.1044 



96 -12-8 



1.2-Dib r omoethane: sec 
ethylene dib r omidc 



2-N-Dibutvlaminoethanol 



102-81-8 



No fo r me r PEL 



2 pp m TWA 



Dibutyl p hos p hate 



107-6 6 -4 



pp m TWA 



1 pp m TWA 
2 p p m STEL 



Dibutyl p hthalatc 



84-74-2 



5 mg/m^ TWA 



5 mg/m' TWA 



Dichlo r oacctvlenc 



7572-2 9 -4 



No fo r me r PEL 



0.1 pp m (C) 



i?-Dichlo r obcnzene 



9 5-50-1 



50 pp m (C) 



50 pp m (C) 



/ 7 -DichloTObcnzcnc 



106-4 6 -7 



75 ppm TWA 



75 pp m TWA 
110 pp m STEL 



3.3' -Dichlo r obenzidinc ; 
sec 1 9 10.1007 



9 1- 9 4-1 



Dichlo r odifluo r omcthanc 



75-71-8 



1000 ppm TWA 



1000 pp m TWA 



l,3-Dichlo r o-5.5- 
dimcthvl hvdantoin 



118-52-5 



0.2 mg/m^ TWA 



0.2 mg/m ^ TWA 
0.4 mg/m^ STEL 



Dichlo r odi p hcnylt r i- — 
chlorocthanc (DDT) 



50-2 9 -3 



1 mg/m -' ' TWA 



1 mg/m^ TWA 



75-34-3 



100 pp m TWA 



100 pp m TWA 



1.2-Dichlo r octhane: sec 
Ethylene dichlo r idc 



1.2-Dichlo r oethylene 



540-5 9 -0 



200 ppm TWA 



200 pp m TWA 



Dichlo r octhyl ethe r 



111-44-4 



15 pp m (C) 



5 pp m TWA 
10 pp m STEL 



Dichlo r omcthane: s ee 
Methylene chlo r ide 



Dichlo r omonofluo r o- 
me thane 



75-43-4 



1000 pp m TWA 



10 pp m TWA 



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2 ppm TWA 




T7T-l-''Cnloro -1- 






























X 


1,3 Dichloroprope ne 


54Z-/5-0 
















2 , 2-Dichloropropionic 
acid 


















Dichlorotctrafluoro- 












^T TT 1 






X 


Dichlorvos (UDVP) 












No former PCL 




X 


Dicrotopnos 






. 










Bicyclopentadienc 


t I- fj-u 
















Dicyclopcntadienyl iron 




lotal dust 






Rcspirable fraction 




3 mg/m-^ 1 w/\ 












X 


Dieldrin 


uU 5 / 1 






• 


111-42-2 








Diethanolaminc 


iNo lornicr 1 i^l 


J ppm 1 \VA 


. 










Diethylamine 








zs ppm 3 1 cu 




1 r\r\ T7 Q 






X 


2 Diethylaminocthanol 


















uictnyi ctncr; sec litnyi 
ether 




r\r; Tin 








Uiethyl Ketone 










a A r r ^ 








Uiethyl phtnalate 


o4 oo I 




5 mg/m-* 1 WA 












uictnyicnc tnaminc 


1 1 1 -4U-U 


nJo lorincr 1 ul 


1 ppm 1 WA 


r^n j-1 .1 


-7 c /: 1 r. 




1 An T->,MIM XMf A 














ITTP '^'^ ^ 










iiJo-U/-3 


U.5 ppm (L) 


U. 1 ppm 1 WA 


















1 rvo OT 


CA •»■»■«> xnr A 


TC ■M-iiii-i T^^^ i\ 












^.. 


1 r\o 1 n 




5 ppm TWA 


X 




10o-tS-9 


J ppm-T-WA 


4-Dimcthylaminoazo- — 










benzene; 


sec i7iu. 1U13 


wJ 1 1 / 














sec Mctnyiai 




127-19-5 






X 




10 ppm 1 WA 


lO ppm-l-WA 



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Dimcthylaminc 



124-40-3 



10 p pm TWA 



10 pp m TWA 



Dimethylaminobcnzcnc : 
sec Xylidinc 



Dimcthylanilinc 
(N.N-Dimcthylaniline) 



121-0 9 -7 



5 pp m TWA 



5 pp m TWA 
10 pp m STEL 



^ 
^ 



Dimcthylbcnzcnc : 
sec Xylene 



Dimethyl- 1 .2-dib r omo-2 

2-dichlo r oethyl 

p hos p hate 



300-7 6 - 5 



3 mg/m^ TWA 



3 mg/m^ TWA 



Dimcthylformamidc 



60-12-2 



10 pp m TWA 



10 pp m TWA 



i!.6-Dimethyl-4- 

he p tanone ; see 
Diisobutvl ketone 



1 . 1 -Dimethy Ihyd r azine . 



57-14-7 



0.5 pp m TWA 



0.5 pp m TWA 



Dimcthyl p hthalate 



131-11-3 



5 mg/m^ TWA 



5 mg/m^ TWA 



77-78-1 



1 pp m TWA 



0.1 pp m TWA 



X 



Dinitolmidc 



(3.5-dinit r o- — 
o-toluamide) 



148-01- 6 



No forme r PEL 



5 mg/m^ TWA 



Dinit r obcnzene 
(all isome r s) — 
(o r tho) 
(mcta) 
( p a r a) 



528-2 9 -0 

99 - 6 5-0 

100-25-4 



1 mg/m^ TWA 



1 mg/m - ' TWA 



534-52-1 



0.2 mg/m^TWA 



0.2 mg/m ^ 'TWA 



25321-14-6 



1.5 mg/m^TWA 



1.5 mg/m^TWA 



Dioxane — 
(Diethylcne dioxide) 



123- 9 1-1 



100 pp m TWA 



25 pp m TWA 



X 



Dioxathion 



78-34-2 



No forme r PEL 



0.2 mg/m ^ TWA 



Di p hcnyl (Di p henyl) 



9 2-52-4 



0.2 pp m TWA 



0.2 ppm TWA 



Di p henylamine 



122-3 9 -4 



No forme r PEL 



10 mg/m^ TWA 



Di p henylmethane 
diisocyanatc; sec — 
Methylene bis p henyl 
isocyanate 



Di pr opyl ketone 



123-1 9 -3 



No forme r PEL 



50 pp m TWA 



methyl ethe r 



345 9 0- 9 4-8 



100 pp m TWA 



100 pp m TWA 
150 pp m STEL 



X 



Diquat 



85-00-7 



No former PEL 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



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Ui-sec octyl phthalate 
(Di-(2-cthylhcxyl) 
phthalate) 



117-81-7 



5 mg/m^ TWA 



5 mg/m^ TWA 
10 mg/m ^ STEL 



Disulfi r am (Antabuse) 



9 7-77-8 



No forme r PEL 



2 mg/m - ^ TWA 



Disulfoton 



2 9 8-04-4 



No forme r PEL 



0.1 mg/m ^ TWA 



2,6-Di-fe>?-butyl- 
p-crcsol 



128-37- 



No forme r PEL 



10 mg/m^TWA 



©Toron 



330-54-1 



No fo r me r PEL 



10 mg/m^ TWA 



Divinyl benzene 



100-57-6 



No forme r PEL 



10 pp m TWA 



Emery 
Total dust 
Rcs p i r able f r act 



torr 



12415-34-8 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



10 mg/m'' TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Endosulfan 



115-29-7 



No forme r PEL 



0.1 mg/m ^ TWA 



linurin 



72-20-8 



0.1 mg/m^TWA 



0.1 mg/m^TWA 



E p ichlo r ohyd r in 



106-09-0 



5 pp m TWA 



2 p p m TWA 



X 



TTTTT 



2104- 6 4-5 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



0.5 mg/m = ' TWA 



1,2-E p oxy pr o p anc ; see 
P r o p ylene oxide 



2,3-E p oxy-l- pr o p anol; 
see Glycidol 



Ethane thiol; see — 
Ethyl me r ca p tan 



Ethanolaminc 



141-43-5 



3 pp m TWA 



3 pp m TWA 
6 pp m STEL 



Ethion 



563-12-2 



No forme r PEL 



0.4 mg/m^ TWA 



2-Ethoxyethanol 
(Cellosolvc) 



110-00-5 



200 p pm TWA 



200 pp m TWA 



2-Ethoxyethyl acetate 
(Cellosolve aeetate) 



111-15- 9 



100 pp m TWA 



100 pp m TWA 



Ethyl acetate 



141-70-6 



400 pp m TWA 



400 pp m TWA 



Ethyl ac r ylate 



140-88-5 



25 pp m TWA 



5 ppm TWA 
25 pp m STEL 



X 



Ethyl alcohol (Ethanol) 



64-17-5 



1000 pp m TWA 



1000 pp m TWA 



Ethylamine 



75-04-7 



10 pp m TWA 



10 pp m TWA 



Ethyl amyl ketone 
(5-Methyl-3- — 
hc p tanone) 



106-68-3 



25 pp m TWA 



25 pp m TWA 



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PROPOSED RULES 



Ethyl benzene 



100-41-4 



100 pp m TWA 



100 p p m TWA 
125 pp m STCL 



Ethyl b r omide 



74- 96 -4 



200 pp m TWA 



200 pp m TWA 
250 p p m STEL 



Ethyl butyl ketone 
(3-He p tanone) 



10 6 -35-4 



50 pp m TWA 



Ethyl chlo r ide 



75-00-3 



1000 pp m TWA 



1000 pp m TWA 



Ethyl ethe r 



60-29-7 



400 pp m TWA 



400 pp m TWA 
500 pp m STEL 



Ethyl formate 



10 9 - 9 4-4 



100 pp m TWA 



100 pp m TWA 



Ethyl me r ea p tan 



75-08-1 



10 pp m (C) 



0.5 pp m TWA 



Ethyl silicate 



78-10-4 



10 p pm TWA 



Ethylene chlo r ohyd r in 



107-07-3 



5 pp m TWA 



1 pp m (C> 



Ethylcnediaminc 



107-15-3 



10 pp m TWA 



10 p p m TWA 



Ethylene dib r omide 



106- 9 3-4 



20 pp m TWA 



20 pp m TWA 



Ethylene dichlo r ide — 
(1.2-Dichlo r oc thane) 



107-0 6 -2 



Table Z-2 



1 pp m TWA 
2 pp m STEL 



Ethylene glycol 



107-21-1 



No fo r me r PEL 



50 pp m (C) 



Ethylene glycol 
dinit r atc 



020-%-0 



1 mg/m^ (C) 



0. 1 mg/nv^ STEL 



X 



Ethylene glycol methyl 
acetate; see Methyl 
ccllosolvc acetate 



Ethyleneimine: 
sec 1 9 10. lOlj 



151-50-4 



Ethyl e ne oxide: 
sec 1 9 10.1047 



75-21-0 



Ethylidene chlo r ide; 
sec 1.1-Dichlo r ethanc 



N-Ethylmo rp holinc 



100-74-3 



20 pp m TWA 



5 pp m TWA 



X 



Eenami p hos 



22224- 9 2-6 



No fo r me r PEL 



0. 1 mg/m^ TWA 



X 



Eensulfothion 



115- 9 0-2 



No former PEL 



0. 1 mg/m^ TWA 



Eenthion 



55-30- 9 



No former PEL 



0.2 mg/m^ TWA 



X 



Ee r bam 
Total dust 
Res p i r ablc f r action 



14484-64-1 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



10 mg/m - ^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Ee rr ovanadium dust 



12 6 04-58- 9 



1 mg/m^ TWA 



1 mg/m ^ TWA 
3 mg/m - ^ STEL 



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PROPOSED RULES 



Fluo r ides (as F) 



Varies with 
com p ounds 



2.5 mg/m^ TWA 



2.5 mg/m^TWA 



Fiuorinc 



7782-41-4 



0.1 pp mTWA 



0.1 pp mTWA 



riuo r ot r ichloromcthanc 
(T r ichlo r o- — 
fluo r omcthanc) 



75- 69 -4 



1000 pp m TWA 



1000 pp m TWA (C) 



ronofos 



9 44-22- 9 



N u foiiiic r PEL 



0.1 mg/m - ^TWA 



X 



Formaldehyde ; 
see 1 9 10.1048 



50-00-0 



Formamide 



75-12-7 



No fo r me r PEL 



20 pp m TWA 
30 pp m STEL 



Formic acid 



64-18-6 



5 pp m TWA 



5 p p m TWA 



Fu r fu r al 



9&=ei 



5 pp m TWA 



2 pp m TWA 



Fu r fu r yl alcohol 



9 8-00-0 



50 pp m TWA 



10 pp m TWA 
15 pp m STEL 



^ 



Gasoline 



800 - 6 1- 9 



No fo r me r PEL 



300 pp m TWA 
500 pp m STEL 



Germanium tct r ahyd r ide 



7782-65-2 



No fo r me r PEL 



0.2 pp m TWA 



Glyce r in (mist) 
Rcs p i r able f r action 



5 6 -81-5 



15 mg/m ^ TWA 



10 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



G lye idol 



55 6 -52-5 



50 pp m TWA 



15 pp m TWA 



Glycol monocthyl ethe r ; sec 
2-Ethoxyethanol 



G r ain dust — (oat. wheat 
ba r ley) 



No forme r PEL 



10 mg/m^ TWA 



G r a p hite, natu r al 
r cs p i r able dust 



7782-42-5 



Tabic Z-3 



2.5 mg/m ^ TWA 



G r a p hite, synthetic 
Total dust 
Rcs p i r able F r action 



none 



15 mg/m^ TWA 



10 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m ^ TWA 



Guthion; 
see Azin p hos methyl 



Gy p sum 
Total dust 
Rcs p i r able f r action 



133 9 7-214-5 



15 mg/m ^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m - ^ TWA 



Hafnium 



7440-58-6 



0.5 mg/m ^ TWA 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



Ile p tachlo r 



7 6 -44-8 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



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PROPOSED RULES 



He p tane (n-IIc p tane) 



142-82-5 



500 pp m TWA 



400 pp m TWA 
500 pp m STCL 



I Icxachlo r obutadicne 



87-68-3 



No fo r me r PEL 



0.02 pp m TWA 



llexachlo r oc thane 



6 7-72-1 



1 pp m TWA 



pp m TWA 



X 



He\achlorona p hthalene 



1335-87-1 



0.2 mg/m^ TWA 



0.2 mg/m - ^ TWA 



Ilexafluo r oacctonc 



684-16-2 



No forme r PEL 



0. 1 pp m TWA 



X 



n-IIcxane 



110-54-3 



500 ppm TWA 



50 pp m TWA 



Ilcxanc isome r s 



Va r ies 



No former PEL 



500 pp m TWA 
1000 pp m STEL 



2-IIe,xanonc (Methyl 
n-butvl ketone) 



591-70-6 



100 pp m TWA 



5 pp m TWA 



llexone (Methyl — 
isobutvl ketone) 



108-10-1 



100 pp m TWA 



50 pp m TWA 
75 pp m STEL 



.yfr-IIexvl acetate 



108-84- 9 



50 pp m TWA 



50 pp m TWA 



Ilexvlene glvcol 



107-41-5 



No former PEL 



25 pp m (C) 



Hyd r azine 



302-01-2 



1 pp m TWA 



0.1 pp m TWA 



X 



Hvd r ogen b r omide 



10035-10-6 



3 pp m TWA 



3 pp m ( C ) 



Hvd r ogen chlo r ide 



7647-01-0 



5 pp m (C) 



5 pp m (C) 



Hyd r ogen cvanide 



74- 9 0-8 



10 pp m TWA 



4.7 p p m STEL 



X 



Hyd r ogen fluo r ide 

<as E) 



7 6 64-3 9 -3 



No forme r PEL 



3 pp m TWA 
6 pp m STEL 



lyd r ogen p e r oxide 



7722-84-1 



pp m TWA 



1 pp m TWA 



Hyd r ogen sclenide — (as Sc) 



7703-07-5 



0.05 pp m TWA 



0.05 pp m TWA 



Hyd r ogen sulfide 



7703-0 6 -4 



Table Z-2 



10 pp m TWA 
15 pp m STEL 



Hyd r ogcnated tc rp henyls 



6 1788-32-7 



No forme r PEL 



0.5 pp m TWA 



Ilyd r oquinone 



123-31-9 



mg/m - ' TWA 



2-Hyd r oxy pr o p yl ac r ylate 



999 -61-1 



No forme r PEL 



0.5 pp m TWA 



Indene 



9 5-13-6 



No forme r PEL 



10 ppm TWA 



Indium & com p ounds (As 
in) 



7440-74-6 



No fo r me r PEL 



0.1 mg/m - ^TWA 



lodme 



7553-56-2 



0.1 mg/m^ (C) 



0.1 pp m (C) 



Iodofo r m 



75-47-8 



No fo r me r PEL 



0.6 pp m TWA 



I r on oxide, dust & fume 
— Total p a r ticulate 



130 9 -37-1 



10 mg/m^ TWA 



10 mg ' 'nv^ TWA 



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PROPOSED RULES 



Iron p cntaca r bonyl 



13463-40-6 



No fo r me r PEL 



0.1 pp mTWA 
0.2 pp m STCL 



Iron salts (soluble) 
— (as Fc) 



Va r ies with 
com p ound 



No forme r PEL 



1 mg/m^ TWA 



Isoamyl acetate 



123- 9 2-2 



100 pp m TWA 



100 pp m TWA 



Isoamyl alcohol 

( pr imary and seconda r y) 



123-51-3 



100 pp m TWA 



100 pp m TWA 
125 pp m STEL 



Isobutyl acetate 



110-1 9 -0 



150 pp m TWA 



150 pp m TWA 



Isobutyl alcohol 



78-83-1 



100 ppm TWA 



50 pp m TWA 



Isooctyl alcohol 



2 69 52-21-6 



No fo r me r PEL 



Iso p ho r one 



78-5 9 -1 



15 pp m TWA 



4 pp m TWA 



Isopho r one diisocyanate 



40 9 8-71- 9 



No forme r PEL 



0.005 pp m TWA X 
0.02 pp m STEL X 



2-Iso pr o p oxycthanol 



10 9 -5 9 -1 



No forme r PEL 



Iso pr o p yl acetate 



108-21-4 



250 pp m TWA 



250 pp m TWA 
310 pp m STEL 



Iso pr o p yl alcohol 



67- 6 3-0 



400 pp m TWA 



400 pp m TWA 
500 pp m STEL 



Iso pr o p ylamine 



75-31-0 



5 pp m TWA 



10 pp m STEL 



A^-Iso pr o p ylanilinc 



7 6 8-52-5 



No former PEL 



2 pp m TWA 



X 



Iso pr o p yl ethe r 



100-20-3 



500 pp m TWA 



500 pp m TWA 



Iso pr o p yl glycidyl 
ethe r (IGE) 



4016-14-2 



50 pp m TWA 



50 pp m TWA 
75 pp m STEL 



Kaolin 
Total dus t 
Res p i r able f r action 



1332-58-7 



15 mg/m = ' TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



10 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Kctcnc 



463-51-4 



0.5 ppm TWA 



0.5 pp m TWA 
1.5 pp m STEL 



Lead ino r ganic (as Pb) ; 
see 1 9 10.1025 



7439-92-1 



Limestone 
Total dust 
Res p i r able f r action. 



1317-65-3 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 



Lindane 



58-8 9 - 9 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



X 



Lithium hyd r ide 



7580-67-8 



0.025 mg/m^ TWA 



0.025 mg/m^ TWA 



L.P.G. (Liquified 
p et r oleum gas) 



60476-05-7 



1000 pp m TWA 



1000 pp m TWA 



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Magncsite 
Total dust 
Rcs p i r ablc f r action. 



54 6 - 9 3-0 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m - ^ TWA 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Magnesium oxide fume 
Total Particulate 
Rcs p i r ablc f r action 



130 9 -48-4 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



10 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Malathion 
Total dust 
Rcs p i r ablc f r action 



121-75-5 



15 mg/m - ^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



10 mg/m = ' TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Malcic anhyd r ide 



100-31-6 



0.35 pp mTWA 



0.25 pp mTWA 



Manganese com p ounds 
(as Mn) 



743 9 -96-5 



5 mg/m^ TWA (C) 



Manganese fume (as Mn) 



743 9 - 96 -5 



5 mg/m^ (C) 



3 mg/m = ' STEL 



Manganese cyclo p entadi- 
enyl i r ica r onyUas Mn) 



1207 9 -65-1 



■No foi ' iiicr PEL 



0.1 mg/m' TWA 



X 



Manganese tct r o.\ide(Mn) 



1317-35-7 



No forme r PEL 



1 mg/m^ TWA 



Ma r ble 

Total dust 
— Rcs p i r ablc f r action 



1317-65-3 



15 mg/m^ TWA 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Me r cury (aryl and 
ino r ganicxas Ilg) 



743 9 - 9 7-6 



0.1 mg/m^TWA 



O.I mg/m' (C) 



Me r cun, ' (o r gano) alkyl 
— com p ounds (as Ilg) 



743 9 - 9 7- 6 
743 9 - 9 7- 6 



0.01 mg/m^TWA 
0.04 mzim' (€4 



0.01 mg/m^TWA 
0.03 mg'm^ STEL 



X 



Me r eup, ' (va p o r ) las IIg> 



743 9 - 9 7- 6 



0.1 mg/m^ TWA 



0.05 mg/m^ TWA 



X 



141-7 9 -7 



25 pp m TWA 



15 pp m TWA 
25 pp m STEL 



Me^hac ^ ^"lic acid 



7 9 -14-4 



No forme r PEL 



20 pp m TWA 



X 



Mcthancthiol: 

sec Methyl me r ca p tan. 



Mcthomyl 



16752-77- 15 



No forme r PEL 



2.5 mg/m^ TWA 



Mcthoxychlo r — 
Total dust 
Rcs p i r ablc f r action 



72-43-5 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m - ^ TWA 



10 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg;m^ TWA 



2-Mctho.xycthanol ; 
(Methyl ccllosolve) 



10 9 -86-4 



;5 pp m TWA 



25 pp m TWA 



2-Mctho.xyethyl acetate 

(Methyl ccllosolve 

acetate) 



1 10-4 9 -6 



25 p pm TWA 



25 pp m TWA 



4-Metho,xy p hcnol 



150-76-5 



No formci ' PEL 



5 mg/m' TWA 



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Methyl acetate 



7 9 -20- 9 



200 ppt H TWA 



250 pp m STEL 



Methyl acetylene (P r o p yne) 



74- 99 -7 



1000 pp m TWA 



1000 pp m TWA 



Methyl acetylene 

p r o p adicnc mixtu r e 
(MAPP) 



1000 ppm TWA 



1000 p pm TWA 
1250 pp m STEL 



Methyl ac r ylate 



9 6-33-3 



10 pp m TWA 



10 pp m TWA 



Mcthylac r ylonit r ilc 



12 6 - 9 8-7 



No former PEL 



1 pp m TWA 



Mcthylal 

(Dimcthoxy methane) 



109-07-5 



1000 pp m TWA 



1000 pp m TWA 



Methyl alcohol 



67-5 6 -1 



200 pp m TWA 



200 pp m TWA 
250 pp m STEL 



^ 
X 



Mcthylamine 



10 pp m TWA 



10 pp m TWA 



Methyl amyl alcohol: 
see Methyl Isobutyl 
earbinol 



Methyl »-amyl ketone 



110-43-0 



100 pp m TWA 



100 pp m TWA 



Methyl b r omide 



74-83- 9 



20 pp m (C) 



5 pp m TWA 



Methyl butyl ketone: 
see 2-IIcxanone 



Methyl cellosolve ; 

see 2-Methoxyethanol 



Methyl cellosolve 

acetate: 

sec 2-Mcthoxyethyl 



acetate 



Mcdiyl chlo r ide 



74-87-3 



100 pp m TWA 

200 pp m (C) 



50 pp m TWA 
100 pp m STEL 



Methyl chloroform 
(1.1,1-T r ichlo r o- 
— ethane) 



71-55-6 



350 pp m TWA 



350 pp m TWA 
450 ppm STEL 



Methyl 2-cyanoac r ylate 



137-05-3 



No forme r PEL 



2 pp m TWA 
4 pp m STEL 



Mcthylcyclohcxanc 



108-87-2 



500 pp m TWA 



400 pp m TWA 



Methylcyclohexanol 



2563 9 -42-3 



100 pp m TWA 



50 p p m TWA 



i?-Mcthylcyclohexanonc 



583- 6 0-8 



100 p m TWA 



5 pp m TWA 
75 pp m STEL 



X 



Methylcyclo p enta- — 
— dienyl manganese 
— t r ica r bonyl (as Mn) 



12108-13-3 



No fo r me r PEL 



0.2 mg/m ^ TWA 



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Mcthvl demeion 



8022-00-2 



No foniiei ' PEL 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



4.4'-Mcthylcnc bi5(2- 
chlo r oanilincXMDOCA 



101-14-4 



Nu foii ' i ' ic r PEL 



0.02 pp m TWA 



^ 



Methylene chlo r ide 
Sec 2" 9 CrR 1 9 10.1052 



75-0 9 -2 



Methyl ethyl ketone — 
(MCK): sec 2-Dutanone 



Methyl ethyl ketone 
p eroxide (MCKP) 



1338-23-4 



No forme r PEL 



0.7 pp m (C) 



Mcthvl formate 



107-31-3 



100 p p m TWA 



100 pp m TWA 
150 pp m 5TEL 



Methyl hyd r azine 
(Monomcthyl — 
hyd r azine ) 



G O-34-4 



0.2 pp m (C) 



0.2 pp m (C) 



Mcthvl iodide 



-?4- 



5 pp m TWA 



2 pp m TWA 



Metln+istrnmrHtetone 



10-12-3 



No former PEL 



50 pp m TWA 



Methyl isobutyl 
ca r binol 



108-11-2 



25 pp m TWA 



25 p p m TWA 
40 p pm STEL 



X 
X 



Methyl i5obut^"l ketone: 
see Ilcxonc 



Mcthvl isocyanate 



024-83- 9 



0.02 p p m TWA 



0.02 pp m TWA 



X 



Methyl iso pr o p yl ketone 



563-80-4 



No fo r me r PEL 



200 pp m TWA 



Methyl me r ca p tan 



74- 9 3-1 



10 pp m (C) 



10 pp m (C) 



Mcthvl methaen'late 



80- 6 2-6 



100 pp m TWA 



100 pp m TWA 



Methyl p arathion 



2 9 8-00-0 



No foL ' mcr PEL 



0.2 mg/M''TWA 



Methyl pr o p yl ketone: 
see 2-Pcntanonc 



Mcthvl silicate 



081-84-5 



No former PEL 



alpha-Mcihyl sty r cne 



98-83-9 



100 p p m (C) 



50 pp m TWA 
100 pp m STEL 



Methylene bis(4- 

cvclohc.wlisocvanatc 



5124-30-1 



No forme r PEL 



0.01 pp m (C) 



Methylene bis p hcnyl 
isocvanatc (MDI) 



101- 6 8-8 



0.02 pp m (C) 



0.02 pp m (C) 



Met r ibuzin 



21087-64- 9 



No forme r PEL 



5 mg/m ^ TWA 



Mica: see Silicates 



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PROPOSED RULES 



Molybdenum (as Mo) 
Soluble com p ounds 
Insoluble Com p ounds 



Total dust — 
Rcspi r ablc f r action 



743 9 - 9 8-7 



5 mg/m^ TWA 

15 mg/m - ^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



5 mg/m^ TWA 

10 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m ^ TWA 



Monoc r oto p hos 



69 23-22-4 



No fo r me r PEL 



0.25 mg/m^ TWA 



Monomethyl aniline 



100-61-8 



pp m TWA 



0.5 pp m TWA 



X 



Monomethyl hyd r azine; 
sec Methyl hyd r azine 



Mo rp holinc 



110- 9 1-8 



20 pp m TWA 



20 pp m TWA 
30 pp m STEL 



X 
X 



Na p htha (Coal ta r ) 



0030-30-6 



100 pp m TWA 



100 pp m TWA 



Na p hthalene 



9 1-20-3 



10 p p m TWA 



10 pp m TWA 
15 pp m STEL 



al p ha-Na p hthylamine; 
sec 1 9 10.1004 



134-32-7 



bcta-Na p hthylamine ; 
see 1 9 10.1009 



9 1-59-0 



Nickel ea r bonyl (as Ni) 



134 6 3-3 9 -3 



0.001 pp m TWA 



0.001 pp m TWA 



Nickel, metal and 

insoluble com p ounds 

(as Ni) 



7440-02-0 



1 mg/m' TWA 



1 mg/m ^ TWA 



Nickel, soluble 

com p ounds (as Ni) 



7440-02-0 



1 mg/m - ^ TWA 



0.1 mg/m^TWA 



Nicotine 



54-11-5 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



0.5 mg/m' TWA 



^ 



Nit r ic acid 



7 69 7-37-2 



2 pp m TWA 



2 pp m TWA 
4 pp m STEL 



Nit r ic oxide 



10102-43- 9 



25 pp m TWA 



25 pp m TWA 



/ > -Nit r oaniline 



100-01-6 



6 mg/m^ TWA 



3 mg/m ^ TWA 



Nit r obenzene 



98-95-3 



1 ppm TWA 



1 pp m TWA 



; ? -Nit r ochlo r obcnzcne 



100-00-5 



1 mg/m - ^ TWA 



1 mg/m ^ TWA 



4-Nit r odi p henyl: 
sec 1 9 10.1003 



9 2-93-3 



Nit r oethane 



7 9 -24-3 



100 pp m TWA 



100 pp m TWA 



Nit r ogen dioxide 



10102-44-0 



5 pp m (C) 



1 pp m STEL 



Nit r ogen t r ifluo r ide 



7783-54-2 



10 pp m TWA 



Nit r oglyce r in 



5 5 - 6 3-0 



1 mg/m^ (C) 



0.1 mg/m^ STEL 



Nit r omcthane 



75-52-5 



100 pp m TWA 



100 pp m TWA 



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l-Nitro pr o p ane 



108-03-2 



25 pp m TWA 



25 pp m TWA 



2-Nit r o pr o p anc 



7 9 -46- 9 



25 pp m TWA 



10 pp m TWA 



N-Nit r osodimcthylaminc; 
sec 1 9 10.101 6 



Nii r oiolucne — 
(all isome r s) 
o-isomc r 
;»-isomc r 



88-72-2 
99 -00-1 
99 - 99 -0 



5 pp m TWA 
5 p p m TWA 
5 pp m TWA 



2 pp m TWA 
2 pp m TWA 
2 pp m TWA 



^ 
X 
X 



Nit r ot r ichio r omcthane : 
sec Chlo r o p ic r in 



Nonanc 



111-84-2 



No forme r PEL 



200 pp m TWA 



Oeiachlo r ona p hthalcnc 



2234-13-1 



0.1 mg/m^TWA 



0. 1 mg/m^ TWA 
0.3 mg/m^ STEL 



Octane 



111-65- 9 



500 pp m TWA 



300 pp m TWA 
375 pp m STEL 



Oil mist, mine r al 



8012- 9 5-1 



5 mg/m^ TWA 



5 mg/m^ TWA 



Osmium tet r oxide 
(as Os) 



20816-12-0 



0.002 mg/m^ TWA 



0.002 mg/m^ TWA 
0.006 mg/m^ STEL 



Oxalic acid 



144- 6 2-7 



1 mg/m^ TWA 



1 mg/m^ TWA 

2 mg/m^ STEL 



Oxygen difluo r idc 



7783-41-7 



0.05 pp m TWA 



0.05 pp m (C) 



Ozone 



10028-15-6 



0.1 pp m TWA 



0.1 pp m TWA 
0.3 pp m STEL 



Pa r affin wax fume 



8002-74-2 



No former PEL 



? 'rw f A 
; 1 W A 



Pa r aquat, r es p irable 
dust 



4685-14-7 
1 9 10-42-5 
2074-50-2 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



0.1 mg/m^TWA 



Pa r athion 



5 6 -38-2 



0. 1 mg/m - ^ TWA 



0. 1 mg/m - ^ TWA 



X 



Pa r ticulates not — 
othe r wise r egulated 
(PNORKO 

Total dust 
Res p i r able f r action 



15 mg/m ^ TWA 
5 mg/m ^ TWA 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



PCD; see Chlo r odi p henyl 

(42% and 54% 
chlo r ine) 



Pentabo r anc 



1 9 624-22-7 



0.005 pp m TWA 



0.005 pp m TWA 
0.015 pp m STEL 



Pcntachlo r ona p hthalenc 



1321-64-8 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



0.5 mg/m - ' TWA 



^ 



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Pcntachlo r o p hcnol 



87-8 6 -5 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



X 



Pcntae r yth r itol 
Total dust 
Rcspi r able f r action 



115-77-5 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



10 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Pcntanc 



10 9 -66-0 



1000 p p m TWA 



6 00 pp m TWA 
750 p pm STEL 



2-Pentanonc (Methyl 
p r o p yl ketone) 



107-87- 9 



200 pp m TWA 



200 pp m TWA 
250 pp m STCL 



Pc r chlo r oethylenc 

(Tet r achlo r octhylcne) 



127-18-4 



Tabl e Z-2 



25 pp m TWA 



Pcrchlo r omethyl 
mc r ca p tan 



5 9 4-42-3 



0. 1 pp m TWA 



0.1 pp m TWA 



Pe r chlo r yl fluo r ide 



7616- 9 4- 6 



3 pp m TWA 



3 pp m TWA 
6 pp m STCL 



Pc r litc 
Total dust 
Res p i r able f r action 



9 37 6 3-70-3 



15 mg/m ^ TWA 
5 mg/m - ^ TWA 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Pet r oleum distillates 
(Na p hthaXRubbc r 
Solvent) 



0002-05-9 



500 pp m TWA 



400 pp m TWA 



Phenoi 



108- 9 5-2 



5 ppm TWA 



5 pp m TWA 



X 



Phcnothiazine 



9 2-84-2 



No fo r me r PEL 



5 mg/m ^ TWA 



; 7 -Phenylene diamine 



10 6 -50-3 



0.1 mg/m ^ TWA 



0. 1 mg/m^ TWA 



X 



Phenyl ethe r , va p o r 



101-84-8 



1 pp m TWA 



1 pp m TWA 



Phenyl cthc r -bi p hcnyl 
mixtu r e, va p o r 



1 pp m TWA 



1 pp m TWA 



Phenylethylene; 
sec Sty r cne 



Phenyl glycidyl ethe r 
(PGC) 



122-60-1 



10 pp m TWA 



1 pp m TWA 



Phcnylhyd r azine 



100-63-0 



5 pp m TWA 



5 pp m TWA 
10 pp m STEL 



Phenyl mc r ca p tan. 



108- 9 8-5 



No former PEL 



0.5 pp m TWA 



Phcnyl p hos p hinc 



630-21-1 



No fo r me r PEL 



0.05 p pm (C) 



Pho r ate (Thimct) 



2 9 0-02-2 



No former PEL 



0.05 mg/m^ TWA 
0.2 mg/m'' STCL 



Phosdrin (Mcvin p hos) 



7706-34-7 



0.1 mg/m ^ TWA 



0. 1 mgfm' TWA X 
0.3 mg/m ^ STEL X 



Phosgene (Ca r bonyl 
chlo r ide) 



75-44-5 



0.1 pp m TWA 



0. 1 pp m TWA 



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Phos p hinc 



7803-51-2 



0.3 pp m TWA 



0.3 pp m TWA 
1 pp m STCL 



Phos p ho r ic acid 



7664-38-2 



1 mg/m^ TWA 



3 mg/m^ STEL 



Phos p horus (yellow) 



7723-14-0 



0.1 mg/m^TWA 



0. 1 mg/m^ TWA 



Phos p horus oxychlo r idc 



10025-07-3 



No fo r me r PEL 



0. 1 pp m TWA 



Phos p ho r us 

pcntachlo r idc 



10026-13-8 



1 mg/m^ TWA 



1 mg/m^ TWA 



Phos p horus p cntasulfidc 



1314-00-3 



1 mg/m^ TWA 



1 mg/m^ TWA 
3 mg/m^ STEL 



Phos p horus t r ichlo r ide 



771 9 -12-2 



0.5 pp m TWA 



0.2 pp m TWA 
0.5 pp m STEL 



Phthalic anhyd r ide 



85-44- 9 



2 pp m TWA 



1 pp m TWA 



/»-Phthalodinit r ile 



626-17-5 



No fo r me r PEL 



5 mg/m - ^ TWA 



Piclo r am 
Total dust 
Rcs p i r able f r action 



1 9 18-02-1 



15 mg/m^ TWA 



10 mg/m - ^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Pic r ic acid 



88-8 9 -1 



0.1 mg/ m^ TWA 



0.1 mg/m^TWA 



Pindonc (2-Pivalyl-l, 
3-indandionc) 



03-26-1 



0.1 mg/m ^ TWA 



0. 1 mg/m^ TWA 



Pi p e r azine dihyd r o- 
chlo r idc 



142-64-3 



No forme r PEL 



5 mg/m^ TWA 



Plaste r of p a r is 
Total dust 
Rcs p i r able f r action 



264 99 -65-0 



15 mg/m - ^ TWA 
5 mg/m ^ TWA 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Platinum (as Pt) 
Metal 
Soluble Salts 



7440-06-4 



0.002 mg/m^ TWA 



1 mg/m ^ TWA 
0.002 mg/m^ TWA 



Po r tla n d cement 
Total dust 
Rcs p i r able f r action 



6 5 99 7-15-1 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m ^ TWA 



10 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



P r o p ane 



74- 9 0-6 



1000 ppm TWA 



1000 pp m TWA 



P r o p a r gyl alcohol 



107-1 9 -7 



1 pp m TWA 



^ 



P r o p ionic acid 



7 9 -0 9 -4 



No fo r me r PEL 



10 pp m TWA 



P r o p oxu r 



114-2 6 -1 



No forme r PEL 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



toa-P r o p iolactonc ; 
sec 1 9 10.1013 



57-57-0 



; i -P r o p yl acetate 



10 9 -60-4 



200 pp m TWA 



200 pp m TWA 
250 pp m STEL 



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//-P r o p yl alcohol 



71-23-8 



200 p p m TWA 



200 pp m TWA 
250 pp m STCL 



^-P r o p yl nit r ate 



627-13-4 



25 pp m TWA 



25 pp m TWA 
40 pp m STCL 



Propylene dichloridc 



70-07-5 



75 pp m TWA 



75 pp m TWA 
1 10 pp m STCL 



P r o p ylene glycol 
dinit r ate 



0423-43-4 



No forme r PGL 



0.05 pp m TWA 



Pro p ylene glycol mono- 
methyl ethe r 



107- 9 8- 



No forme r PCL 



100 pp m TWA 
150 pp m STCL 



P r o p ylene imine 



75-55-8 



pp m TWA 



2 pp m TWA 



P r o p ylene oxide 



75-56- 9 



100 pp m TWA 



20 pp m TWA 



P r o p ync: see Methyl 
acetylene 



Py r e thrum 



8003-34-7 



5 mg/m - ^ TWA 



5 mg/m^ TWA 



Py r idine 



110-8 6 -1 



5 pp m TWA 



5 pp m TWA 



Quinone 



10 6 -51-4 



0. 1 pp m TWA 



0.1 pp m TWA 



RDX : see Cyclonite 



Reso r cinol 



108-4 6 -3 



No former PCL 



10 pp m TWA 
20 pp m STCL 



Rhodium (as Rh). metal 
fume and insoluble 
com p ounds 



7440-16- 6 



0.1 mg/m^TWA 



0. 1 mg/m = ' TWA 



Rhodium (as Rh). — 
soluble com p ounds 



7440-1 6 - 6 



0.001 mg/m^TWA 



0.001 mg/m^ TWA 



Ronnel 



2 99 -84-3 



15 mg/m ^ TWA 



10 mg/m^ TWA 



Rotenone 



83-7 9 -4 



5 mg/m -' ' TWA 



5 mg/m^ TWA 



Rouge 
Total dust 
Res p i r able f r action 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



10 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Selenium com p ounds 
(as Se) 



7782-4 9 -2 



0.2 mg/m' TWA 



0.2 mg/m^ TWA 



Selenium hexafluoride 
(as Se) 



7783-7 9 -1 



0.05 pp m TWA 



0.05 pp m TWA 



Silica, amo rp hous. — 
pr eci p itated and gel 



112 9 2 6 -00-8 



Table Z-3 



6 mg/m - ^ TWA 



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jilica. amor p hous. 

diatomaccous ea r th, 
containing less than 
1 % c r ystalline silica 



Table Z-3 



6 mg/m^ TWA 



Silica, c r ystalline 
c r istobalitc. rcs p i r ablc dust 



14464-4 6 - 



Tablc Z-3 



Q.Q5 mg/m ^ TWA 



Silica, c r ystalline — 
qua r tz, r cspi r ablc dust 



14808- 6 0-7 



Table Z-3 



rt I W /\ 



Silica, c r ^ ' stallinc — 
t r i p oli (as quartz), 
r cs p i r ablc dust 



1317- 9 5- 9 



Table Z-3 



0. 1 mg/m ^^FWA 



Silica. c r ^'staUine 

t r idymitc. 

r cs p i r ablc dust 



15460-32-3 



Table Z-3 



0.05 mg/m * TWA 



Silica, fused. 

r cs p i r ablc dust 



6 6 7 6 -8 6 -0 



Table Z-3 



-5 T'lir A 
1 1 W/\ 



Silicates (less than 1 % 
c r ystalline silica) 

Mica ( r cs p i r ablc dust) 

Soa p stonc. total dust 

Soa p stonc. r cs p i r ablc dust 

Talc (containing 
— asbestos): use asbestos 



12001-20-2 



Table Z-3 
Table Z-3 
Table Z-3 



limit : sec 

— 2 9 CrR 1 9 10.1001 



3 mg/m ^^FWA 
6 mg/m ^-TWA 

1 .^^/>^ ^ T WI A 
~f lli^i 111 irm 



Talc (containing no 

asbestos). 

— r cs p i r ablc dust 
T r cmolitc. 



14807- 96 -6 



Table Z-3 



asbestifo r m; see 
1 9 10.1001 



^^Hg/ffl'^FWA 



Silicon 
Total dust 
Rcs p i r ablc f r action 



7440-21-3 



15 mg/m - ^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



10 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Silicon ca r bide 
Total dust 
Rcs p i r ablc f r action 



409-21- 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m ^ TWA 



10 mg/m ^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Silicon tct r ahyd r idc 



7803-62-5 



5 pp m TWA 



jilvc r , metal dust and fume 
(as Ag) 



7440-22-4 



0.01 mg/m^TWA 



0.01 mg/m = 'TWA 



Soa p stonc: 

sec Silicates 



Sodium azide 
(Q3 HN ,^ 
(03 NqN ,) 



2 66 28^22-8 



No forme r PCL 



0.1 pp m(C) 



X 

X 



Sodium bisulfite 



7631- 9 0-5 



No forme r PCL 



5-HigAfl'^^WA 



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Sodium fluoroacetatc 



6 2-74-8 



0.05 mg/m^TWA 



0.05 mg/m' TWA X 
0.15 mg/m^ STEL X 



Sodium hydroxide 



1310-73-2 



2 mg/m ^ TWA 



2 mg/m'' (C) 



r* ^ - — L 

aiarCn 

Total dust 
— Rcspi r ablc f r action 



9 005-25-8 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 iiig/m^ TWA 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Sttbine 



7803-52-3 



0.1 pp mTWA 



0.1 pp mTWA 



Stodda r d solvent 



8052-41-3 



500 ppm TWA 



100 pp m TWA 



St r ychnine 



57-24-9 



0.15 mg/m^ TWA 



0.15 mg/m - ^ TWA 



Sty r ene 



100-42-5 



Tabic Z-2 



100 pp m STEL 



Suc r ose 
Total dust 
Rcs p i r ablc f r action 



57-50-1 



15 mg/m = ' TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Sulfu r dioxide 



7446-0 9 -5 



5 p p m TWA 



2 pp m TWA 
5 pp m STEL 



Sulfu r hcxafluo r ide 



2551-62-4 



1000 p p m TWA 



1000 pp m TWA 



Sulfu r ic acid 



7 66 4- 9 3- 9 



1 mg/m^ TWA 



1 mg/m^ TWA 



Sulfu r monochlo r ide 



10025-67- 9 



1 pp m TWA 



1 ppm (C) 



Sulfu r p entafluo r ide 



5714-22-7 



0.025 pp m TWA 



0.01 pp m (C) 



Sulfu r tet r afluo r ide 



7703-60-0 



0.1 p pm (C) 



Sulfu r yl fluo r ide 



2 699 -7 9 -8 



5 pp m TWA 



5 pp m TWA 
10 pp m STEL 



Sul pr ofos 



35400-43-2 



No forme r PEL 



1 mg/m^ TWA 



Systox; see Demeton. 
2.4.5-T (2.4,5-tri- 

chlo r o p henoxy acetic 

acid) 



9 3-7 6 -5 



10 mg/m^ TWA 



10 mg/m^ TWA 



Talc; sec Silicates 



Tantalum, metal and 
oxide dust 



7440-25-7 



5 mg/m ^ TWA 



5 mg/m ^ TWA 



TEDP (Sulfote p ) 



3 6 8 9 -24-5 



0.2 mg/m ^ TWA 



0.2 mg/m - ^ TWA 



Tellu r ium and 

com p ounds (as Te) 



0. 1 mg/m^ TWA 



0.1 mg/m^TWA 



Tellu r ium hcxafluo r ide 
(as Te) 



7703-00-4 



0.02 pp m TWA 



0.02 pp m TWA 



Teme p hos 
Total dust 
Rcs p i r ablc f r action 



3383- 9 6-8 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m ^ TWA 



10 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



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TEPP (Tet r aethyl 
p y r o p hos p haalc) 



107-4 9 -3 



0.05 mg/m^TWA 



0.05 pp m TWA 



Tc rp hcnyls 



20140-60-3 



1 p p m (C) 



0.5 pp m (C) 



1.1.1,2-Tct r achloro- 
2,2-difluo r octhanc 



76-11- 9 



500 pp m TWA 



500 pp m TWA 



1.1.2.2-Tct r achlo r o- 
1,2-difluo r oc thane 



76-12-0 



500 pp m TWA 



500 pp m TWA 



1 . 1 .2.2-Tct r achlo r octhanc 



7 9 -34-5 



5 pp m TWA 



1 pp m TWA 



Tct r achlo r octhylenc; — 
sec Pc r chlo r octhylcnc 



Tet r achlo r omcthanc: sec 
Ca r bon ict r achlo r idc 



Tct r achlo r ona p hthalenc 



1335-00-2 



2 mg/m^ TWA 



mg/m^ TWA 



Tei r acthvl lead (as Pb) 



78-00-2 



0.075 mg/m^ TWA 



0.075 mg/m^ TWA 



X 



Tct r ahvd r ofu r an 



10 9 - 99 - 9 



200 pp m TWA 



200 pp m TWA 
250 pp m STCL 



Tei r amethvl lead (as Pb) 



75-74-1 



0.075 mg/m^ TWA 



0.075 mg/m ^ TWA 



Tct r amcihyl 

succinonit r ilc 



3333-52- 6 



0.5 pp m TWA 



0.5 pp m TWA 



Tct r anit r omethane 



50 9 -14-0 



1 pp m TWA 



1 pp m TWA 



Tet r asodium 

— Py r o p hos p hate 



7722-88-5 



5 mg/m ^^FWA 



Tclryl (2,4.6-T r init r o- 
p hcnylmethyl- 



nit r aminc) 



47 9 -45-8 



1.5 mg/m^TWA 



0.1 mg/m *-T^WA 



Thallium, soluble — 
com p ounds (as Tl) 



7440-28-0 



0. 1 mg/m^TWA 



0.1 mg/m = 'TWA 



4.4'-Thiobis(6-fer?- 
Dutyl-/ >i -c r csol) 
Total dust 
Res p i r able f r action 



9 6-6 9 -5 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m ^ TWA 



10 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Thioglycolie acid 



68-11-1 



No forme r PEL 



1 pp m TWA 



Thionyl chlo r ide 



7719-09-7 



No forme r PEL 



1 pp m (C) 



Thi r am 



137-26-0 



5 mg/m^ TWA 



5 mg/m' TWA 



Tin. ino r ganic com p ounds 
(exce p t oxides) (as Sn) 



7440-31-5 



No fo r me r PEL 



2 mg/m *-^P.¥A 



Tin. o r ganic com p ounds 
(as Sn) 



7440-31-5 



0. 1 mg/m^ TWA 



0.1 mg/m^TWA 



Tin o.xidc 



7440-31-5 



No forme r PEL 



-a^«g/fH*-T^WA 



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Titanium dioxide 

— Total dust 

— Res p i r ablc f r action 



13463-67-7 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



10 mg/m^ TWA 



Toluene 



108-88-3 



Table Z-2 



100 pp m TWA 
150 pp m STCL 



ToIuenc-2,4- 

diisocyanatc (TBI) 



584-84- 9 



0.02 pp m (C) 



0.005 pp m TWA 
0.02 pp m STCL 



»i-Toluidinc 



108-44-1 



No forme r PEL 



2 pp m TWA 



-X 



(?-Toluidinc 



95 -53-4 



5 pp m TWA 



5 pp m TWA 



; ? -Toluidine 



106-4 9 -0 



No fo r me r PEL 



2 pp m TWA 



Toxaphcnc; sec 

Chlo r inated cam p henc 



T r cmolite; 

see Silicates 



Tributyl p hos p hate 



126-73-8 



5 mg/m ^ TWA 



2.5 mg/m^ TWA 



T r ichlo r oacetic acid 



76-03- 9 



No fo r me r PEL 



1 pp m TWA 



1,1,1 -T r ichlo r oc thane ; 
see Methyl chloroform 



1 , 1 ,2-T r ichlo r octhanc 



7 9 -00-5 



10 pp m TWA 



10 pp m TWA 



X 



Trichlo r oethylcnc 



7 9 -01- 6 



Table Z-2 



50 pp m TWA 
200 pp m STEL 



T r ichlo r omcthanc; 
sec Chlorofo r m 



T r ichlo r ona p hthalene 



1321-65-9 



5 mg/m ^ TWA 



5 mg/m ^ TWA 



1 ,2,3-T r ichlo r o pr o p ane 



96 -18-4 



5 pp m TWA 



10 pp m TWA 



l.l,2-T r ichlo r o-1.2. 2- 
t r ifluo r octhanc 



7 6 -13-1 



1000 p pm TWA 



1000 pp m TWA 
1250 pp m STEL 



T r icthylamine 



121-44-8 



25 ppm TWA 



10 pp m TWA 
15 pp m STEL 



T r ifluo r ob r omomethane 



75-63-8 



1000 pp m TWA 



1000 pp m TWA 



T r imcllitic anhyd r ide 



552-30-7 



No fo r me r PEL 



0.005 pp m TWA 



Trimcthylaminc 



75-50-3 



No foinici PEL 



10 pp m TWA 
15 pp m STEL 



T r imcthyl benzene 



25551-13-7 



No fo r me r PEL 



25 p p m TWA 



T r imcthyl p hos p hite 



121-45- 9 



No forme r PEL 



pp m TWA 



2,4.6-T r init r o p hcnyl; 
sec Pic r ic acid 



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2,4.6-T r initro p hcnyl- 
mcthyl nit r amine; 
sec Tct r yl 



2.4.6-T r initrotolucne 
(TNT) 



118- 9 6-7 



1.5 mg/m^TWA 



0.5 mg/m^ TWA 



Triorthoc r csyl 
p hos p hate 



78-30-8 



0.1 mg/m^TWA 



0.1 mg/m^ TWA 



T r i p henyl amine 



6 03-34- 9 



No foiinc r PEL 



5 mg/m^ TWA 



T r i p henyl p hos p hate 



115-86- 6 



3 mg/m^ TWA 



3 mg/m - ^ TWA 



Tungsten Com p ounds 
(as W) 
(insoluble) 

(Soluble) 



No fo r me r PCL 



7440-33-7 



5 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 

1 mg/m^ TWA 
3 mg/m^ STLL 



Tu rp entine 



800 6 -64-2 



100 pp m TWA 



100 pp m TWA 



Soluble compounds 
Insoluble com p ounds 



7440-61-1 



0.05 mg/m^ TWA 
0.25 mg/m^ TWA 



0.05 mg/m^ TWA 
0.2 mg/m^ TWA 
0.6 mg/m^ STCL 



/ i -Valc r aldehvdc 



1 10-62-3 



No forme r PEL 



50 pp m TWA 



Vanadium 
Rcspirablc du s t (as V ^Q^^ 
Fume (Q8 V «Q^-» 



1314- 6 2-1 



0.5 pp m (C) 
0.1 pp m (C) 



0.5 mg/m ^ (C) 
0.1 mg/m - ^ (C) 



Vegetable oil mist 

Total dust 
— Res p i r able f r acti 



tron 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5-fflf/ffl'"^P(VA 



15 mg/m^ TWA 



Vinyl acetate 



100-05-4 



No former PCL 



10 pp m TWA 
20 pp m STEL 



Vinyl benzene : 
sec Siy r cnc 



Vinvl b r omide 



5 9 3-60-2 



No forme r PCL 



5 pp m TWA 



Vinyl chlo r ide: 
see 1 9 10.1017 



75-01-5 



Vinyl cyanide: 

see Ac r ^ ' lonit r ile 



Vinyl cyclohexcne 
dioxide 



106-87-6 



No forme r PCL 



10 pp m TWA 



Vinylidene chlo r ide — 
(1.1-dichlo r octhylcne) 



75-35-4 



No forme r PCL 



1 pp m TWA 



25013-15-4 



100 pp m TWA 



100 pp m TWA 



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VM&P Na p tha 



8032-32-4 



No forme r PEL 



300 pp m TWA 
400 pp m STEL 



Warfarin 



81-81-2 



0. 1 mg/m^ TWA 



0.1 mg/m^TWA 



Welding fumes 
(Total p articulate) 



No former PEL 



5 mg/m^ TWA 



Wood dust 

all soft and ha r d 
woods exce p t 
r ed ceda r 



Western 



NONE 



No former PEL 



5 mg/m^ TWA 
10 mg/m^ STEL 



Wood dust, alle r genic 
(Weste r n Red Ceda r ) 



NONE 



No forme r PEL 



2.5 mg/m^ TWA 



/»-Xylene-al p ha, al p ha' 
diamine 



1477-55-0 



No forme r PEL 



0.1 mg/mMC) 



X 



Xylenes 
(0-. /»-, / ^ -isome r s) 



1330-20-7 



100 pp m TWA 



100 pp m TWA 
150 p pm STEL 



Xylidine 



1300-73-8 



5 ppm TWA 



2 pp m TWA 



X 



Ytt r ium 



7440-65-5 



1 mg/m^ TWA 



1 mg/m^ TWA 



Zinc chlo r ide fume 



7646-05-7 



1 mg/m^ TWA 



1 mg/m^ TWA 
2 mg/m^ STEL 



Zinc ch r omate 
(aa CrO ,) 



va r ies with 
com p ound 



Table Z-2 



0.1 mg/m ^-(€) 



Zinc oxide fume 



1314-13-2 



5 mg/m - ^ TWA 



5 mg/m - ^ TWA 
10 mg/m ^ STEL 



Zinc oxide 
Total dust 
Rcs p i r ablc f r action 



1314-13-2 



15 mg/m ^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



10 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Zinc stearate 
Total dust 
Rcs p i r ablc f r action 



557-05-1 



15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



10 mg/m ^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 



Zirconium com p ounds 
(as Z r ) 



7440-67-7 



5 mg/m ^ TWA 



5 mg/m^ TWA 
10 mg/m - ^ STEL 



TABLE Z-1 - PERMISSIBLE EXPOSURE LIMITS (PELs) FOR AIR CONTAMINANTS 



Substance 

Acetaldehyde 
Acetic acid 
Acetic anhydride 
Acetone 





TWA STEL Ceiling 


Skin 


CAS# 








desig- 




ppm 


mg/m^ ppm mg/m' ppm 


mg/ 


Jn_ nation 


75-07-0 


100 


180 150 270 




zz zz 


64-19-7 




see 1910.1000, Table Z-1 






108-24-7 


11 


zz zz zz 5 




20 ^ 


67-64-1 


750 


1800 1000 2400 




;; zz 



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Substance 



TWA STEL Ceiling Skin 

CAS # desig - 

ppm m g/m^ ppm m g/m^ ppm m g/m^ nation 



Acetonitrile 

2-Acetvlaminofluorene 

Acetylene dichloride; 

see 1 .2-Dichloroethvlene 



75-05-8 
53-96-3 



40 



70 



60 105 

see 1910.1014 



Acetylene tetrabromide 


79-27-6 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 


Acetvlsalicvlic acid (Aspirin) 


50-78-2 


zz. 


5 


ZZ. zz zz. 


Acrolein 


107-02-8 


0.1 


0.25 


0.3 0.8 


Acrvlamide 


79-06-1 




see 


1910.1000, Table Z-1 


Acrvlic acid 


79-10-7 


10 


30 


i; ;: - 


Acrvlonitrile 


107-13-1 






see 1910.1045 


Aldrin 


309-00-2 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 


AUvl alcohol 


107-18-6 


2 


5 


i IQ zz 


Allvl chloride 


107-05-1 


1 


3 


I ^ zz 


Allyl glycidyl ether (AGE) 


106-92-3 


5 


22 


10 ^ zz 


Allyl propyl disulfide 


2179-59-1 


2 


11 


3 18 ^ 


a//7/!a-Alumina 


1344-28-1 








Total dust 




Zl. 


10 


— ZZ ZZ 


Respirable fraction 




— 


5 


zz zz zz 


Aluminum metal (as Al) 


7429-90-5 








Metal 










Total dust 






see 


1910.1000. Table z-1 


Respirable fraction 






see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 


Aluminum metal (as Al) 


7429-90-5 








Pvro powders 




zz. 


5 


ZZ ZZ 


Welding fumes 




zz, 


5 


zz zz 


Soluble salts 




-^ 


2 


zz zz zz 


Alkvls 




zz. 


2 


zz zz zz 


4-Aminodiphenvl 


92-67-1 






see 1910.1011 


2-Aminoethanol: 










see Ethanolamine 










2-Aminopvridine 


504-29-0 




see 


1910.1000, Table Z-1 


Amitrole 


61-82-5 


zz 


0.2 


;; zz zz 


Ammonia 


7664-41-7 


- 


— 


21 21 zz 


Ammonium chloride. Fume 


12125-02-9 


zz. 


10 


zz m zz 


Ammonium sulfamate 


7773-06-0 








Total dust 




- 


10 


zz zz zz 


Respirable fraction 




zz 


5 


— — 


«-Amvl acetate 


628-63-7 




see 


1910.1000. Table z-1 


5ec-Amvl acetate 


626-38-0 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 


Aniline and homologs 


62-53-3 


2 


8 


-- 



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Substance 



TWA STEL Ceiling Skin 

CAS # desig - 

ppm m g/m^ ppm m g/m^ ppm m g/m^ nation 



Anisidine (o-. p-isomers) 29191-52-4 

Antimony and cxjmpoimds (as 7440-36-0 

Sb) 

ANTU (a/p/;a-Naphthvl- 86-88-4 

thiourea) 

Arsenic, inorganic cmpds Varies with 

(as As) compound 

Arsenic, organic cmpds (as As) 7440-38-2 

Arsine 7784-42-1 

Asbestos 

Atrazine 1912-24-9 

Azinphos-methyl 86-50-0 

Barium. 7440-39-3 

soluble compounds {as Ball 

Barium sulfate 7727-43-7 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 
Benomyl 17804-35-2 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 
Benzene 71-43-2 



Benzidine 92-87-5 

/^-Benzoquinone: see Ouinone 

Benzo(a)pvrene: 

see Coal tar pitch volatiles 

Benzoyl peroxide 94-36-0 

Benzyl chloride 100-44-7 

Beryllium and beryllium 7440-41-7 

compoimds (as Be); 

Biphenyl: see Diphenyl 

Bismuth telluride 1304-82-1 

Se-doped 
Bismuth telluride 1304-82-1 

Undoped 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 
Borates, tetra. sodium salts 

Anhydrous 1330-43-4 

Decahydrate 1303-96-4 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 
see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 




see 1910.1018 


see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 


see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 




see 1910.1001 


5 
see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 


see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 



~ 10 ~ - - ZZ - 

~ 5 ~ - - z^ zz 

- Ifl =: zz zz zz zz 

zz 5 zz zz zz zz zz 

See 1910.1028 
See 1910. 1000 Table Z-2 for limits applicable in the 
operations or sectors excluded in 1910.1028 

see 1910.1010 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 

see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 

0.002 ^ 0.005 ::; 0.025 

(30 mm) 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 
see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



IQ 
10 



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Substance 



TWA STEL Ceiling Skin 

CAS # desig - 

ppm m g/m^ ppm m g/m^ ppm m g/m^ nation 



Pentahydrate 12179-04-3 

Boron oxide 1303-86-2 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 

Boron tribromide 

Boron trifluoride 

Bromacil 

Bromine 

Bromine pentafluoride 

Bromoform 

Butadiene (1.3-Butadiene) 

Butane 

Butanethiol; 

see Butyl mercaptan 

2-Butanone 78-93-3 

(Methyl ethyl ketone) 

2-Butoxyethanol 111-76-2 

^-Butyl acetate 123-86-4 

5gc-Butvl acetate 105-46-4 

ferr-Butyl acetate 540-88-5 

Butyl acrylate 141-32-2 

/i-But\-l alcohol 71-36-3 

5ec-Butyl alcohol 78-92-2 

/gr?-Butyl alcohol 75-65-0 

Butylamine 109-73-9 

fgrr-Butyl chromate (as CrOj) 1189-85-1 

^-Butyl glvcidvl ether (BGE) 2426-08-6 

/i-Butyl lactate 138-22-7 

Butyl mercaptan ( Butanethion 109-79-5 

o-5gc-Butvlphenol 89-72-5 

p-fen-Butyltoluene 98-51-1 

Cadmium, fume and dust (as 7440-43-9 

Cd] 

Calcium carbonate 1317-65-3 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 

Calcium cvanamide 156-62-7 

Calcium hydroxide 1305-62-0 

Calcium oxide 1305-78-8 

Calcium silicate 1344-95-2 



10 





— 


5 


- 




- — 


10294-33-4 


— 


-- 




;; 1 


7637-07-2 




see 


1910.1000. 


Table Z-1 


314-40-9 


1 


m. 


^ 




zz 


7726-95-6 


0.1 


0.7 


0,3 




2 


7789-30-2 


0.1 


0.7 


::; 




zz 


75-25-2 




see 1910.1000 


Table Z-1 


106-99-0 


800 


see 1910.1051; 


1910.19(1) 


106-97-8 


1900 


__ 




-- 



200 



25 
150 



100 
100 



590 



300 



885 



120 
710 



see 
see 



55 

305 
300 



200 950 
1910.1000. Table Z-1 
1910.1000. Table Z-1 

50 





see 


1910. 


1000. Table Z-1 




see 

135 


1910, 


1000. Table Z-1 


25 






5 


25 


zz 


zz zz 


0.5 


1.5 


Zl 


zz zz 


5 


30 


zz 


zz zz 


IQ 


60 


20 


120 






see 


1910.1027 



see 


1910.1000. 


Table Z-1 


see 


1910.1000. 


Table Z-1 


0.5 


zz 


zz zz 


5 


zz 


zz zz 


see 


1910.1000. 


Table Z-1 



10 



150 



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Substance 



TWA STEL Ceiling Skin 

CAS # desig - 

ppm m gW ppm m g/m^ ppm m gW nation 



Total dust 

Respirable fraction 

Calcium sulfate 7778-18-9 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 

Camphor, synthetic 76-22-2 

Caprolactam _ 105-60-2 

Dust 

Vapor 

Captafol (Difolatan®) 2425-06-1 

Captan 133-06-2 

Carbarvl (Sevin®) 63-25-2 

Carbofuran (Furadan®) 1563-66-2 

Carbon black 1333-86-4 

Carbon dioxide 124-38-9 

Carbon disulfide 75-15-0 

Carbon monoxide 630-08-0 

Carbon tetrabromide 558-13-4 

Carbon tetrachloride 56-23-5 

Carbonyl fluoride 353-50-4 

Catechol (Pyrocatechol) 120-80-9 

Cellulose 9004-34-6 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 

Cesium hydroxide 21351-79-1 

Chlordane 57-74-9 

Chlorinated camphene 8001-35-2 

Chlorinated diphenyl oxide 55720-99-5 

Chlorine 7782-50-5 

Chlorine dioxide 10049-04-4 

Chlorine trifluoride 7790-91-2 

Chloroacetaldehyde 107-20-0 

g-Chloroacetophenone 532-27-4 
(Phenacyl chloride) 

Chloroacetvl chloride 79-04-9 

Chlorobenzene 108-90-7 

o-Chlorobenzvlidene 2698-41-1 
malononitrile 

Chlorobromomethane 74-97-5 



05 
0.1 



0.05 



see 


1910.1000. 


Table Z-1 


.see 


1910.1000. 


Table Z-1 


see 


1910.1000. 


Table Z-1 


.see 


1910.1000. 


Table Z-1 


see 


1910.1000. 


Table Z-1 



1 


12 


3 


20 


10 


40 


QJ. 


-_ 


zz 


5 





__ 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



0.1 





see 


1910.1000. 


Table Z-1 




see 


1910.1000. 


Table Z-1 


4 


12 


12 


36 ^ 


35 


40 


~ 


- 200 


0.1 


1.4 


QJ 


4 :; 


2 


12.6 


ZZ. 


zz. zz. 


2 


5 


5 


15 


5 


20 


-_ 


-- 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 
see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 

1 - z^ zz 

see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 

QA zz \ zz 

see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



L5 
0.3 



1 
0.3 



3 
0.9 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 
see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 
see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



0.2 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 
-z zz zz. 0.05 

see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



229 



0.4 



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Substance 



TWA STEL Ceiling Skm 

CAS # desig - 

ppm mg/m^ ppm mg/m^ ppm mgW nation 



2-Chloro-1.3-butadiene; 
see toa-Chloroprene 

Chlorodifluoromethane 75-45-6 

Chlorodiphenvl (42% Chlorine) 53469-21-9 
(PCB) 

Chlorodiphenvl (54% Chlorine) 11097-69-1 
(PCB) 

l-Chloro-2.3-epoxvpropane: 
see Epichlorohydrin 

2-Chloroethanol: 

see Ethylene chlorohydrin 

Chloroethylene: 

see Vinyl chloride 

Chloroform (Trichloromethane) 67-66-3 

bis(Chloromethvl) ether 542-88-1 

Chloromethvl methyl ether 107-30-2 

1 -Chloro- 1 -nitropropane 600-25-9 

Chloropentafluoroethane 76-15-3 

Chloropicrin 76-06-2 

Z^e/g-Chloroprene 126-99-8 

o-Chlorostyrene 2039-87-4 

o-Chlorotoluene 95-49-8 

2-Chloro-6-trichloromethyl 1929-82-4 

pyridine 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 

Chlorpyrifos 2921-88-2 

Chromic acid and chromates Varies with 

(as CrOj] compound 

Chromium (II) compounds Varies with 

(as Cr> compound 

Chromium (III) compounds Varies with 

(as Cr] compound 

Chromium metal and 

insoluble salts (as Ci) 7440-47-3 

Chrvsene; 218-01-9 

see Coal tar pitch volatiles 

Clopidol 2971-90-6 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 

Coal dust (less than 5^ SiO,). 
Respirable quartz fraction 



1000 3500 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



9.78 







see 1910.1008 






see 1910.1006 


2 


iO 


ZZ. Zl zz 


1000 


6320 


11 ZJL ZZ 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 


10 


35 


zz zz zz 


50 


285 


75 430 


50 


250 


-- 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 
see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



0.2 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 
see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 
see 1910.1000. Table Z-3 



0.1 



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Substance 



CAS# 



TWA 



STEL 



Ceiling 



Skin 
desig - 



ppm m g/m^ ppm mg/m^ ppm m g/m^ nation 



Coal dust ( greater than or equal 
to 5% SiO ,). 
Respirable quartz fraction 

Coal tar Pitch volatiles 

(benzene soluble fraction), 
anthracene. BaP. 
phenanthrene. acridine. 
chrvsene. pyrene 

Cobalt metal, dust, and fume 
(as Co) 

Cobalt carbonvl (as Co) 

Cobalt hydrocarbonyl (as Co) 

Coke oven emissions 

Copper 

Fume (as Cu) 

Dusts and mists (as Cu) 
Cotton dust (raw) 
Crag herbicide (Sesone). 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 
Cresol. all isomers 



Crotonaldehyde 

Crufomate 
Cumene 
Cvanamide 
Cyanides (as CN) 

Cyanogen 

Cyanogen chloride 

Cvclohexane 

Cvclohexanol 

Cvclohexanone 

Cvclohexene 

Cvclohexvlamine 

Cvclonite (RDX) 

Cvclopentadiene 

Cvclopentane 



8007-45-2 



7440-48-4 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-3 
see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 





:= 


0.05 


10210-68-1 


;; 


0.1 


16842-03-8 


- 


0.1 

see 1910.1029 


7440-50-8 




see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 
see 1910.1000, Table Z-1 


.. 




see 1910.1043: 1910.1000. Table Z-1 


136-78-7 






— 


m ZZ ZZ ZZ 
1 .Z ZZ ZZ 

see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 


1319-77-3 




95-48-7 




see 1910.1000, Table Z-1 


108-39-4 




see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 


106-44-5 




see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 


123-73-9 




see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 


4170-30-3 




see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 


299-86-5 


i; 


1 ZZ ZZ - 


9?-82-? 




see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 


420-04-2 


zz. 


2 ZZ ZZ ZZ 


Varies with 


— 


5 ZZ ZZ -Z 


compound 






460-19-5 


JO 


2Q ZZ ZZ ZZ 


506-77-4 


ZZ 


- 0.3 


110-82-7 




see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 


108-93-0 


50 


200 


108-94-1 


25 


100 


110-83-8 




see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 


108-91-8 


10 


40 ^ ^ ^ 


121-82-4 


ZZ 


LI ZZ ZZ ZZ 


542-92-7 




see 1910.1000, Table Z-1 


287-92-3 


600 


1720 



X 
X 



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Substance 



TWA STEL Ceiling Skin 

CAS # desig - 

ppm m gW ppm m g/m^ ppm m g/m^ nation 



Cvhexaiin 13121-70-5 

2.4-D ( Dichlorophenoxy acetic 94-75-7 

acid) 

Decaborane 17702-41-9 

Demeion (Systox®) 8065-48-3 

DDT; see Dichlorodiphenyl- 
trichloroe thane 

DDVP: see Dichlorvos 

Diacetone alcohol 123-42-2 

(4-Hydroxv-4-methyl-2- 
pentanone) 

1.2-Diaminoethane: see 
Eihylenediamine 

Diazinon 333-41-5 

Diazomethane 334-88-3 

Diborane 19287-45-7 

1 ■2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane 96-12-8 

(DBCP) 

1 .2-Dibromoethane: 

see Ethylene dibromide 

2-iV-Dibutylaminoethanol 

Dibutvl phosphate 

Dibutyl phthalate 

Dichloroacetylene 

o-Dichlorobeitzene 

/^-Dichlorobenzene 

3.3 ' -Dichlorobenzidine 

Dichlorodifluoromethane 

1 ■3-Dichloro-5.5-diinethyl 
hydantoin 

Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane 
(DDT) 

1.1-Dichloroethane 

1.2-Dichloroethane: 

see Ethylene dichloride 

1.2-Dichloroethylene 540-59-0 

Dichloroethyl ether 111-44-4 

Dichloromethane: 

see Methylene chloride 

Dichloromonofluoromethane 75-43-4 

1 ■ 1 -Dichloro- 1 -nitroethane 594-72-9 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 

0.05 03 0J5 09 - 

see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



0.1 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 

see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 

see 1910.1044 



102-81-8 


2 


14 


— — — 


107-66-4 


i 


5 


2 10 ^ 


84-74-2 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 


7572-29-4 


ZZ. 


ZZ 


- QA 


95-50-1 




see 


1910.1000, Table Z-1 


106-46-7 


Tl 


450 


110 675 


91-94-1 






see 1910.1007 


75-71-8 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 


118-52-5 










ZZ 


0.2 


0.4 


50-29-3 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 


75-34-3 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 



1 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 
30 10 60 



40 
10 



0.4 



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Skin 
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ppm m g/m^ ppm m g/m^ ppm m g/m^ nation 



1.2-Dichloropropane: 

see Propylene dichloride 

1 .3-Dichloropropene 

2.2-Dichloropropionic acid 

Dichlorotetrafluoroethane 

Dichlorvos (DDVP) 

Dicrotophos 

Dicyclopentadiene 

Dicyclopentadienvl iron 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 

Dieldrin 

Diethanolamine 

Diethylamine 

2-Diethvlaminoethanol 

Diethylene triamine 

Diethyl ether: see Ethvl ether 

Diethyl ketone 

Diethyl phthalate 

Difluorodibromomethane 

Diglvcidvl ether (DGE) 

Dihydroxybenzene : 
see Hydroquinone 

Diisobutyl ketone 

Diisopropylamine 

4-Dimethylaminoazobenzene 

Dimethoxy methane : 
see Methylal 

Dimethylacetamide 

Dimethylamine 

Dimethylaminobenzene: 
see Xylidine 

Dimethylaniline 

(N. A^-Dimethylaniline') 

Dimethylbenzene: 
see Xylene 

Dimethvl-1.2-dibromo-2.2- 
dichloroethyl phosphate 

Dimethylformamide 

2.6-Dimethvl-4-heptanone: 
see Diisobutyl ketone 



542-75-6 


1 


5 


— — zz 


75-99-0 


i 


6 


ZZ - zz 


76-14-2 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 


62-73-7 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 


141-66-2 


zz 


0.25 


- zz zz 


77-73-6 


5 


30 


zz zz zz 


102-54-5 










— 


IQ 
5 

see 


— - - 


60-57-1 




1910.1000. Table z-1 


111-42-2 


3 


15 


zz zz zz 


109-89-7 


10 


30 


H 11 zz 


100-37-8 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 


111-40-0 


i 


4 


zz zz zz 


96-22-0 


200 


705 


— 


84-66-2 


::; 


5 


zz zz zz 


75-61-6 




see 


1910.1000. Table z-1 


2238-07-5 


ai 


05 


zz zz zz 


108-83-8 


25 


150 




108-18-9 




see 


1910.1000. Table z-1 


60-11-7 






see 1910.1015 


127-19-5 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 


124-40-3 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 


121-69-7 


5 


25 


IQ 50 ^ 



300-76-5 
68-12-2 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



X 



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STEL 



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Skin 
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EEm mg/m! EEOI mg/mf nation 



1.1-Dimeihvlhvdrazine 57-14-7 

Dimethvlphthalate 131-11-3 

Dimethyl sulfate 77-78-1 

Dinitolmide 148-01-6 
( 3 . 5-Dinitro-o-toluamide ) 

Dinitrobenzene 
(all isomers); 

ortho 528-29-0 

mem 99-65-0 

para 100-25-4 

Dmitro-o-cresol 534-52-1 

Dinitrotoluene 121-14-2 

Dioxane (Diethylene dioxide) 123-91-1 

Dioxathion (Delnav'^) 78-34-2 

Diphenvl (Biphenyl) 92-52-4 

Diphenvlamine 122-39-4 

Diphen\lmethane diisocvanate: 

see Methylene bisphenyl 
isoc\anate 

Dipropyl ketone 123-19-3 

Dipropvlene glycol methyl ether 34590-94-8 

Diquat 85-00-7 

Di-5ec-octyl phthalate 117-81-7 
(Di-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate) 

Disulfiram (Antabuse') 97-77-8 

Disulfoton 298-04-4 

2.6-Di-/m-butvl-/7-cresol 128-37-0 

Diuron 330-54-1 

Diyjnyl benzene 108-57-6 

Emei^,' 12415-34-8 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 

Endosulfan 115-29-7 

Endrin 72-20-8 

Epichlorohvdrm 106-89-8 

EPN 2104-64-5 

1.2-Epoxypropane: 
see Propylene oxide 

2 . 3-Epoxv- 1 -propanol : 
see Glycidol 



0.1 



25 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 
see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



5 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 
see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 
see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 
see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 
see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



90 
0.2 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



10 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



X 
X 



50 


235 


.;; 


— 


— 


ZZ 


zz 


100 


600 


150 


900 


zz 


zz 


X 


zz. 


OJ. 


zz 


zz 


zz 


zz 


zz 


- 


5 


- 


10 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 

0.1 

10 


- 


— 


- 


- 


X 


IQ 


10 
50 

10 

5 

see 


- 


— 


- 


- 


- 




1910.1000 


Table Z 


A 


- 


- 




see 


1910.1000 


Table Z 


A 







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Substance 


CAS# 










desig- 






ppm 


mg/m^ 


ppm mg/m^ ppm 


mg/m' 


nation 


Ethanethiol; 














see Ethvl mercaptan 














Ethanolamine 


141-43-5 


3 


8 


6 15 ^ 


zz 


zz 


Ethion 


563-12-2 


— 


0.4 


ZZ zi. zz 


zz 


X 


2-Ethoxvethanol fCellosolve) 


110-80-5 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 






2-Ethoxvethvl acetate 


lil-15-9 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 






(Cellosolve acetate) 














Ethvl acetate 


141-78-6 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 






Ethvl acrvlate 


140-88-5 


5 


20 


25 100 ^ 


zz 


X 


Ethvl alcohol (Ethanol) 


64-17-5 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 






Ethvlamine 


75-04-7 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 






Ethvl amvl ketone 


106-68-3 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 






(5-Methvl-3-heptanone) 














Ethvl benzene 


100-41-4 


100 


435 


125 545 


zz 


zz 


Ethvl bromide 


74-96-4 


200 


890 


250 1 1 10 


ZZ 


zz 


Ethvl butvl ketone 


106-35-4 




.see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 






G-Heptanone) 














Ethvl chloride 


75-00-3 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 






Ethvl ether 


60-29-7 


400 


1200 


500 1500 


zz 


zz 


Ethvl formate 


109-94-4 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 






Ethyl mercaptan (Ethanethiol) 


75-08-1 


0.5 


i 


ZZ. zz zz 


zz 


zz 


Ethyl silicate 


78-10-4 


IQ 


85 


zz zz 


zz 


zz 


Ethvlene chlorohvdrin 


107-07-3 


Zl 


11 


zz zz 1 


3 


X 


Ethvlenediamine 


107-15-3 




see 


1910.1000. Table z-1 






Ethylene dibromide 


106-93-4 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-2 






Ethvlene dichloride 


107-06-2 


i 


4 


2 8;; 


2z 


•-- 


n.2-Dichloroethane) 














Ethvlene glvcol 


107-21-1 


zz 


IZ 


zz zz 50 


125 


zz 


Ethvlene glvcol dinitrate 


628-96-6 


n 


zz. 


0.1 


11 


X 


Ethvlene glvcol methvl acetate: 














see Methvl cellosolve acetate 














Ethvleneimine 


151-56-4 






see 1910.1012 






Ethvlene oxide 


75-21-8 






see 1910.1047 






Ethvlidene chloride: 














see 1 . 1 -Dichloroethane 














Ethvlidene norbomene 


16219-75-3 


2Z 


::; 


zz zz 5 


25 


^ 


A'-Ethvlmorpholine 


100-74-3 


5 


23 


zz zz zz 


zz 


X 


Fenamiphos 


22224-92-6 


^ 


0.1 


zz zz zz 


— 


X 


Fensulfothion 


115-90-2 


— 


0.1 








._ 


(Dasanit®) 














Fenthion 


55-38-9 


-- 


0.2 


— 


— 


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CAS # desig - 

ppm m g/m^ ppm m g/m^ ppm m gW nation 



Ferbam 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 
Ferrovanadium dust 
Fluorides (as Fj 

Fluorine 

Fluorotrichloromethane 
(Trichlorofluoromethane) 

Fonofos 

Formaldehyde 

Formamide 

Formic acid 

Furfural 

Furfurvl alcohol 

Gasoline 

Germanium tetrahydride 

Glutaraldehyde 

Glycerin (mist) 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 

Glycidol 

Glycol monoethyl ether: 
see 2-Ethoxyethanol 

Grain dust (oat, wheat, barley) 

Graphite, natural respirable dust 

Graphite, synthetic 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 

Guthion*: 

see Azinphos methyl 

Gypsum 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 
Hafnium 
Heptachlor 
Heptane (^-Heptane) 
Hexachlorobutadiene 
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 
Hexachloroethane 



14484-64-1 



12604-58-9 

Varies with 
compound 

7782-41-4 

75-69-4 

944-22-9 

50-(X)-0 

75-12-7 

64-18-6 

98-01-1 

98-00-0 

8006-61-9 

7782-65-2 

111-30-8 

56-81-5 



556-52-5 



7782-42-5 



7778-18-9 



25 



5 ~ - ZZ Zl 

i zz 1 zz zz 

see 1910.1000. Table Z-2 

see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 
zz zi zz lOQO 5600 

0.1 







see 


1910.1048 


20 


30 


30 


45 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 


2 


8 


— 


zz zz 


10 


40 


15 


60 -_z 


300 


900 


500 


1500 


0.2 


0.6 


__ 


__ 



0.2 



10 
5 

75 



see 1910.1000, Table Z-1 



2J, 

IQ 
5 







see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 






see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 


7440-58-6 




see 1910,1000. Table Z-1 


76-44-8 




see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 


142-82-5 


400 


1600 500 2000 


87-68-3 


0.02 


0.24 


77-47-4 


0.01 


0.1 


67-72-1 




see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



X 
X 



0.8 



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Hexachloronaphthalene 1335-87-1 

Hexafluoroacetone 684-16-2 

w-Hexane 1 10-54-3 

Hexane isomers Varies with 

compound 

2-Hexanone 591-78-6 
(Methyl /z-butyl ketone ) 

Hexone ' 108-10-1 
(Methyl isobutvl ketone) 

5gc-Hexvl acetate 108-84-9 

Hexylene glycol 107-41-5 

Hydrazine 302-01-2 

Hydrogen bromide 10035-10-6 

Hydrogen chloride 7647-01-0 

Hydrogen cyanide 74-90-8 

Hydrogen fluoride (as ¥} 7664-39-3 

Hydrogen peroxide 7722-84-1 

Hydrogen selenide (as Se) 7783-07-5 

Hydrogen sulfide 7783-06-4 

Hydrogenated terphenyls 61788-32-7 

Hydroquinone 123-31-9 

2-Hydroxypropyl aery late 999-61-1 

Indene 95-13-6 

Indium and compounds (as In) 7440-74-6 

Iodine 7553-56-2 

Iodoform 75-47-8 

Iron oxide, dust and fume (as 1309-37-1 
Fe) 

Total particulate 

Iron pentacarbonyl (as Fe) 13463-40-6 

Iron salts (soluble) Varies with 

(as Fe) compound 

Isoamyl acetate 123-92-2 

Isoamyl alcohol 

(Primary and secondary) 123-51-3 

Isobutyl acetate 110-19-0 

Isobutyl alcohol 78-83-1 

Isooctyl alcohol 26952-21-6 

Isophorone 78-59-1 

Isophorone diisocyanate 4098-71-9 



0.1 


0.7 


50 


180 


500 


1800 



50 



0.1 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



1000 3600 



20 



205 



75 



300 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 

25 



0.1 





see 


1910.1000. 


Table Z-1 


11 


II 


4.7 


5 


3 


II 


6 


11 11 




see 


1910.1000, 


Table Z-1 




see 


1910.1000. 


Table Z-1 


10 


14 


15 


21 II 


Q^ 


5 


11 


ZZ — 




see 


1910.1000. 


Table Z-1 


0.5 


3 






10 


45 


11 


Zl 11 


11 


0.1 


11 


— 11 




see 


1910.1000. 


Table Z-1 


0.6 


10 


-- 


-- 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 
0.8 0.2 1.6 



1 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



X 



125 



100 


360 


125 




450 








see 


1910. 


1000 


. Table Z-1 






50 


150 


11 




11 Zl 


11 


11 


50 


270 


11 




11 Zl 


11 


X 


4 


23 


11 




11 Zl. 


11 


11 


0.005 


- 


0.02 




— 11 


^ 


X 



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CAS # desig - 

ppm m g/m^ ppm m g/m^ ppm m g/m^ nation 



2-Isopropoxyethanol 109-59-1 

Isopropyl acetate 108-21-4 

Isopropvl alcohol 67-63-0 

Isopropvlamine 75-31-0 

A^-Isopropylaniline 768-52-5 

Isopropyl ether 108-20-3 

Isopropvl glvcidvl ether (IGE) 4016-14-2 

Kaolin 1332-58-7 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 

Ketene 463-51-4 

Lead, inorganic (as Pb) 7439-92-1 

Limestone 1317-65-3 

Total dust 

Respirable 

Lindane 58-89-9 

Lithium hydride: 7580-67-8 

L.P.G. (Liquified petroleum 68476-85-7 

gas) 

Magnesite 546-93-0 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 
Magnesium oxide fume 1309-48-4 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 
Malathion 121-75-5 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 
Maleic anhydride 108-31-6 

Manganese 7439-96-5 

Compounds (as Mn) 
Manganese 7439-96-5 

Fume (as Mn) 

Manganese cvclopentadienyl 12079-65-1 

tricarbonyl (as Mn) 

Manganese tetroxide (as Mn) 1317-35-7 

Marble 1317-65-3 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 



25 


105 


— 


— — 


250 


950 


310 


1185 


400 


980 


500 


1225 


5 


n 


iO 


24 


2 


m 


zz. 


ZZ, — 




see 


1910. 


000. Table Z-1 


50 


,240 


75 


360 


— 


10 
5 

0.9 


— 


- - 


0.5 


1.5 


3 ;; 






see 


910.1025 



see 1910.1000. 


Table Z-1 


see 1910.1000. 


Table Z-1 


see 1910.1000. 


Table Z-1 


see 1910.1000. 
see 1910.1000. 


Table Z-1 
Table Z-1 



see 


1910.1000. 


Table Z-1 


see 


1910.1000. 


Table Z-1 


10 

5 


— 


II II 
II II 


12 

5 
see 


— 


— — 


1910.1000. 


Table Z-1 


see 


1910.1000. 


Table Z-1 


1 




3 zz. 


0.1 


_- 


_. 



X 

X 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 
see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



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Mercury (aryl and 7439-97-6 

inorganic) (as Hg) 

Mercury (organo) 7439-97-6 

alkyl compounds (as Hg) 

Mercury (vapor) (as Hg) 7439-97-6 

Mesitvl oxide 141-79-7 

Methacrylic acid 79-41-4 

Methanethiol: 

see Methyl mercaptan 

Methomyl (Lannate®) 16752-77-5 

Methoxychlor 72-43-5 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 

2-Methoxyethanol: 

see Methyl Cellosolve® 

2-Methoxyethvl acetate: 
see Methyl Cellosolye® 
acetate 

4-Methoxyphenol 150-76-5 

Methyl acetate 79-20-9 

Methyl acetylene (Propyne) 74-99-7 

Methyl acetylene- — 

propadiene mixture (MAPP) 

Methyl acrylate 96-33-3 

Methylacrylonitrile 126-98-7 

Methylal (Dimethoxymethane) 109-87-5 

Methyl alcohol (Methanol) 67-56-1 

Methylamine 74-89-5 

Methyl amy! alcohol: 
see Methyl isobutyl carbinol 

Methyl w-amyl ketone 1 10-43-0 

Methyl bromide 74-83-9 

Methyl butyl ketone: 
see 2-Hexanone 

Methyl Cellosolve® 109-86-4 

(2-Methoxyethanol) 

Methyl Cellosolye® acetate 110-49-6 

(2-Methoxyethyl acetate) 

Methyl chloride 74-87-3 

Methyl chloroform 71-55-6 

(1.1.1 -Trichloroethane) 

Methyl 2-cyanoacrylate 137-05-3 



— 


0.01 


— 


0.03 


zz, 


0.05 


n 


zz. 


15 


60 


25 


100 


20 


70 


-- 


-- 



200 



2^ 

10 
5 



200 610 250 760 

see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



1000 



1800 
see 


1250 2250 
1910.1000. Table Z-1 


3 
see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 


260 
see 


250 310 
1910.1000. Table Z-1 


see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 



20 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 

see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 

50 105 100 205 

350 1900 450 2450 



QJ. X 

;; X 

;; X 

- X 



8 



16 



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TWA 
ppm mg/m^ 


STEL Ceiling 
ppm mg/m^ ppm mg/m^ 


Skin 

desigr 

nation 


Methvlcvclohexane 


108-87-2 


400 


1600 


11 ZZ. Zl. 


_i 




Methvlcvclohexanol 


25639-42-3 


50 


235 


ZZ 11 11 


ZZ 


11 


o-Methvlcvclohexanone 


583-60-8 


50 


230 


75 345 


ZZ 


X 


Methvlcvclopentadienvl 
manganese tricarbonvl (as 
Mn) 


12108-13-3 


— 


0.2 


11 11 11 


- 


X 


Methvl demeton 


8022-00-2 


11 


0.5 


ZZ 11 11 


ZZ 


X 


4.4'-Methvlene bis(2-chloro- 
aniline) 
(MBOCA) 


101-14-4 


0.02 


0.22 


— 11 11 


— 


X 


Methylene bis(4-cvclohexvl- 
isocvanate) 


5124-30-1 


— 


— 


- 0.01 


0.11 


-_ 


Methylene chloride 


75-09-2 






see 1910.1052 






Methvlenedianiline 

(4.4' -Methvlenedianiline ) 


101-77-9 




see 1910.1050; 1926.60 






Methvl ethyl ketone (MEK): 
see 2-Butanone 














Methvl ethvl ketone peroxide 
(MEKP) 


1338-23-4 


- 


- 


0.7 


5 


- 


Methvl formate 


107-31-3 


100 


250 


150 375 


ZZ 


ZZ 


Methvl hydrazine 
(Monomethvl hydrazine) 


60-34-4 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 






Methvl iodide 


74-88-4 


2 


10 


ZZ — ZZ 


ZZ 


X 


Methvl isoamvl ketone 


110-12-3 


50 


240 


ZZ ZZ ZZ 


ZZ 


ZZ 


Methvl isobutvl carbinol 


108-11-2 


25 


100 


40 165 


ZZ 


X 


Methyl isoburvl ketone: 
see Hexone 














Methvl isocvanate 


624-83-9 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 






Methyl isopropvl ketone 


563-80-4 


200 


705 


ZZ ZZ ZZ 




ZZ 


Methyl mercaptan 


74-93-1 


0.5 


i 


ZZ ZZ ZZ 


ZZ 


ZZ 


Methvl methacrvlate 


80-62-6 




see 


1910.1000. Table z-1 






Methvl parathion 


298-00-0 


11 


0.2 


ZZ ZZ ZZ 


ZZ 


X 


Methvl propyl ketone; 
see 2-Pentanone 














Methvl silicate 


681-84-5 


1 


6 


ZZ ZZ ZZ 


- 


ZZ 


alpha-Me\h\\ styrene 


98-83-9 


50 


240 


100 485 




ZZ 


Methylene bisphenvl 
isocvanate (MDI) 


101-68-8 




see 


1910.1000. Table z-1 






Metribuzin 


21087-64-9 


— 


5 


11 11 11 


- 


- 


Mica; see Silicates 














Molybdenum (as Mo) 


7439-98-7 












Soluble compounds 






see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 







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TWA STEL Ceiling Skin 

CASI desig - 

ppm m g/m^ ppm m g/m^ ppm m g/m^ nation 



Molybdenum (as Mo) 7439-98-7 

Insoluble compounds 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 

Monocrotophos 6923-22-4 
(Azodrin®) 

Monomethvl aniline 100-61-8 

Monomethvl hydrazine: 
see Methyl hydrazine 

Morpholine 110-91-8 

Naphtha (Coal tar) 8030-30-6 

Naphthalene 91-20-3 

fl/p/;a-Naphthylamine 134-32-7 

toa-Naphthvlamine 91-59-8 

Nickel carbonyl (as Ni) 13463-39-3 

Nickel 7440-02-0 

Metal and insoluble 
compounds (as Ni) 

Nickel 7440-02-0 

Soluble compounds (as Ni) 

Nicotine 54-11-5 

Nitric acid 7697-37-2 

Nitric oxide 10102-43-9 

p-Nitroaniline 100-01-6 

Nitrobenzene 98-95-3 

/?-Nitrochlorobenzene l(X)-00-5 

4-Nitrodiphenyl 92-93-3 

Nitroethane 79-24-3 

Nitrogen dioxide 10102-44-0 

Nitrogen trifluoride 7783-54-2 

Nitroglycerin 55-63-0 

Nitromethane 75-52-5 

1-Nitropropane 108-03-2 

2-Nitropropane 79-46-9 

A^-Nitrosodimethylamine 62-75-9 

Nitrotoluene (all isomers) 

o-isomer 88-72-2 

w-isomer 99-08-1 

p-isomer 99-99-0 



0.5 



20 



10 



10 



10 

5 

0.25 



70 30 105 

see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 

50 15 75 ^ 

see 1910.1004 

see 1910.1009 

see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 

see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 

OJ „ „ „ 

see 1910.1000. Table Z- 1 

5 4 10 ^ 

see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



see 
see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 
1910.1000. Table Z-1 




see 1910.1003 


see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 


see 


1 1.8 
1910.1000. Table Z-1 


see 


0. 1 
1910.1000. Table Z-1 


see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 


35 


see 1910.1016 



2 


11 


2 


11 


2 


11 



X 
X 
X 



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STEL Ceiling 


Skin 


Substance 


CAS# 










desig- 






ppm 


mg/m^ 


ppm mg/m^ ppm 


mg/m^ 


nation 


Nitrotrichloromelhane; 














see Chloropicrin 














Nonane 


111-84-2 


200 


1050 


ZZ ZZ ZZ 


ZZ 


zz 


Octachloronaphthalene 


2234-13-1 


ZL 


0.1 


0.3 


ZZ 


X 


Octane 


111-65-9 


300 


1450 


375 1800 


zz 


ZZ 


Oil mist, mineral 


8012-95-1 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 






Osmium tetroxide (as Os) 


20816-12-0 


0.0002 


0.002 ( 


3.0006 0.006 


-_z 


zz 


Oxalic acid 


144-62-7 


zz. 


1 


- I - 


zz 


zz 


Oxvgen ditluonde 


7783-41-7 


Zl 


ZZ 


- 0.05 


0.01 


zz 


Ozone 


10028-15-6 


0.1 


0.2 


0.3 0.6 


zz 


zz 


Paraffin wax fume 


8002-74-2 


zz 


2 


ZZ zz zz 


zz 


zz 


Paraquat, respirable dust 


4685-14-7 


zz 


0.1 


zz zz zz 


zz 


X 


Parathion 


56-38-2 




see 


1910.1000. Table z-1 






Particulates not 


-- 












otherwise regulated 














Total dust 






see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 






Respirable dust 






see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 






PCB; see Chlorodiphenvl (42% 














and 54% chlorine) 














Pentaborane 


19624-22-7 


0.005 


O.OI 


0.015 0.03 


zz 


;; 


Pentachloronaphthalene 


1321-64-8 




see 


1910.1000, Table Z-1 






Pentachlorophenol 


87-86-5 




see 


1910.1000, Table Z-1 






Pentaen'thritol 


115-77-5 












Total dust 




zz. 


IQ 


ZZ zz zz 


zz 


ZZ 


Respirable fraction 




zz 


5 


zz zz zz 


zz 


zz 


Pentane 


109-66-0 


600 


1800 


750 2250 


zz 


zz 


2-Pentanone 


107-87-9 


200 


700 


250 875 


— 


__ 


(Methvl propyl ketone) 














Perchloroethvlene 


127-18-4 


25 


170 


zz zz zz 


;; 


21 


( Tetrachloroeth\'lene) 














Perchloromethvl mercaptan 


594-42-3 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 






Perchlorv'l fluoride 


7616-94-6 


3 


14 


6 28 ^ 


- 


;; 


Perlite 


93763-70-3 












Total dust 






see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 






Respirable fraction 






see 


1910.1000, Table Z-1 






Petroleum distillates (Naphtha) 


8002-05-9 


400 


1600 


ZZ zz zz 


zz 


-_z 


Phenol 


108-95-2 




see 


1910.1000, Table Z-1 






Phenothiazine 


92-84-2 


;; 


5 


zz zz zz 


zz 


X 


p-Phenvlene diamine 


106-50-3 




see 


1910.1000, Table z-1 






Phenyl ether. Vapor 


101-84-8 




see 


1910.1000, Table Z-1 







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Substance 



TWA STEL Ceiling Skm 

CAS# desig - 

ppm m g/m^ ppm m g/m^ ppm m glm? nation 



Phenyl ether - biphenvl mixture. 
Vapor 

Phenvlethvlene: see Styrene 

Phenyl glycidyl ether (PGE) 

Phenvlhydrazine 

Phenyl mercaptan 

Phenylphosphine 

Phorate 

Phosdrin® 
(Mevinphos) 

Phosgene (Carbonyl chloride) 

Phosphine 

Phosphoric acid 

Phosphorus (yellow") 

Phosphorus oxychloride 

Phosphorus pentachloride 

Phosphorus pentasulFide 

Phosphorus trichloride 

Phthalic anhydride 

m-Phthalodinitrile 

Picloram 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 

Picric acid 

(2.4.6-Trinitrophenol) 

Pindone 

(2-Pivalvl-1.3-indandione) 

Piperazine dihydrochloride 

Plaster of Paris 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 
Platinum (as Pt) 

Metal 
Platinum (as Pt) 

Soluble salts 
Portland cement 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 
Potassium hydroxide 
Propane 



122-60-1 
100-63-0 
108-98-5 
638-21-1 
298-02-2 
7786-34-7 

75-44-5 

7803-51-2 

7664-38-2 

7723-14-0 

10025-87-3 

10026-13-8 

1314-80-3 

7719-12-2 

85-44-9 

626-17-5 

1918-02-1 



j-89-1 



83-26-1 

142-64-3 
7778-18-9 



7440-06-4 



7440-06-4 



65997-15-1 



1310-58-3 
74-98-6 



0.1 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



1 


6 


— 


:; ;; 


5 


20 


10 


45 ;; 


0.5 


2 


zz 


zz zz 


11 


ZZ. 


zz 


- 0.05 


zz. 


0.05 


11 


0.2 


0.01 


OJ. 


0.03 


0.3 




see 


1910.1000 


Table Z-1 


0.3 


0.4 


1 


i ;; 


11 


1 


11 


3 zz 




see 


1910.1000 


Table Z-1 



0.6 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



ZZ 


i 


ZZ 


3 


0.2 


1.5 


0.5 


3 


1 


6 
5 


- 


- 


ZZ 


JO 






— 


5 


— 


— 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 
see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



5 



X 
X 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



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STEL 



Substance 



CAS# 



Ceiling Skin 

desig - 



ppm mg/m^ ppm mg/m^ ppm mg/m^ nation 



Propargvl alcohol 

toa- Propiolactone 

Propionic acid 

Propoxur (Baygon®) 

/i-Propvl acetate 

«-Propvl alcohol 

Ai-Propvl nitrate 

Propylene dichloride 

Propylene glycol dinitrate 

Propylene glycol monomethyl 
ether 

Propylene imine 

Propylene oxide 

Propyne: see Methyl acetylene 

Pyrethrum 

Pyridine 

Ouinone 

RDX: see Cyclonite 

Resorcinol 

Rhodium (as Rh>. Metal fume 
and insoluble compounds 

Rhodium (as Rh). Soluble 
compounds 

Ronnel 

Rosin core solder pyrolysis 
products, as formaldehyde 

Rotenone 

Rouge 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 

Selenium compounds (as Se) 

Selenium hexafluoride (as Se) 

Silica, amorphous, 
precipitated and gel 

Silica, amorphous, 
diatomaceous earth, 
containing less than 1% 
crystalline silica 

Silica. cr\'stalline cristobalite 
(as quartz), respirable dust 

Silica, crystalline quartz 

(as quartz), respirable dust 



107-19-7 
57-57-8 
79-09-4 

114-26-1 

109-60-4 
71-23-8 

627-13-4 

78-87-5 

6423-43-4 

107-98-2 

75-55-8 
75-56-9 

8003-34-7 
110-86-1 
106-51-4 

108-46-3 
7440-16-6 

7440-16-6 

299-84-3 



83-79-4 



7782-49-2 
7783-79-1 



68855-54-9 



14464-46-1 



14808-60-7 



10 

200 
200 



20 



10 



see 1910.1013 



30 
OS 
840 
500 



250 
250 



1050 
625 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 
50 -- -- -- 

see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 
see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 
see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 

45 20 90 ;; 

see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 

see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 

10 



0.1 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



10. 

5 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 
see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 

see 1910.1000. Table Z-3 

see 1910.1000. Table Z-3 

see 1910.1000. Table Z-3 
see 1910.1000. Table Z-3 



X 



25 


105 


40 


170 


;; 


zz zz 


75 


350 


110 


510 


;; 


- zz 


105 


0.3 


11 


11 


ZZ 


— zz. 


100 


360 


150 


540 


2z 


zz zz 



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STEL Ceilinp Skin 


Substance 


CAS# 








desig- 






ppm 


mg/m^ 


ppm mg/m^ ppm 


mg/m' nation 


Silica, crvstaiiine tripoli 


1317-95-9 










(as quartz), respirable dust 




see 191C 


). 1000. Table Z-3 (respirable crystalline quartz) 


Silica, crystalline tridvmite 


15468-32-3 










(as quartz), respirable dust 






see 1910.1000. Table Z-3 




Silica, fused, respirable dust 


60676-86-0 




see 1910.1000. Table Z-3 




Silicates (less than 1 % 












crystalline silica) 












Mica (respirable dust) 


12001-26-2 


11 


3 


zz zz. zz. 


zz zz 


Soapstone 


Z2 










Total dust 




11 


6 


zz. zz zz 


zz zz 


Respirable dust 




11 


3 


zz zz zz 


zz zz 


Talc (containing asbestos) 








see 1910.1001 




Talc (not containing 












asbestos), less than 


14807-96-6 


~ 


2 


zz zz zz 


- 


1% quartz, respirable dust 












Tremolite 


;; 






see 1910.1001 




Silicon 


7440-21-3 










Total dust 




zz 


IQ 


11 ZZ ZZ 


zz zz 


Respirable fraction 




zz 


5 


zz zz zz 


zz zz 


Silicon carbide 


409-21-2 










Total dust 




zz 


IQ 


zz zz zz 


zz zz 


Respirable fraction 




zz 


5 


zz 11 11 


zz zz 


Silicon tetrahvdride 


7803-62-5 


5 


7 


zz zz zz 


zz zz 


Silver, metal. 


7440-22-4 










dust and fume (as Ag) 






see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 




Soapstone; 












see Silicates 












Sodium azide 


26628-22-8 










(as HN3) 




zz 


ZZ 


- 0.1 


zz X 


£as NaN3} 




zz 


zz 


11 ZZ ZZ 


0.3 X 


Sodium bisulfite 


7631-90-5 


zz 


5 


zz zz zz 


zz zz 


Sodium fluoroacetate 


62-74-8 


zz 


0.05 


- 0.15 


zz X 


Sodium hydroxide 


1310-73-2 


zz 


zz 


zz zz zz 


2 zz 


Sodium metabisulfite 


7681-57-4 


zz 


5 


zz zz zz 


zz zz 


Starch 


9005-25-8 










Total dust 






see 


1910.1000. Table z-1 




Respirable fraction 






see 


1910.1000, Table Z-1 




Stibine 


7803-52-3 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 




Stoddard solvent 


8052-41-3 


100 


525 


zz zz zz 


zz zz 


Strychnine 


57-24-9 




see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 





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STEL 



Ceiling Skin 



Substance 


CAS# 








desig- 






EEm 


mg/m' ppm mg/m^ ppm 


mg/m^ 


nation 


Sivrene (Vinvl benzene): 


100-42-5 


50 


215 100 425 


-- 


-- 


see Footnote ( 1 ) 












Subtilisins (Proteolvtic 












enzvmes); see Footnote (3) 












Sucrose 


57-50-1 






' 




Total dust 






see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 






Respirable fraction 






see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 






Sulfur dioxide 


7446-09-5 


2 


5 5 10 ^ 


11 


11 


Sulfur hexafluoride 


2551-62-4 




see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 






Sulfuric acid 


7664-93-9 




see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 






Sulfur monochloride 


10025-67-9 


11 


- zz - L 


6 


11 


Sulfur pentafluoride 


5714-22-7 


zz. 


- 0.01 


0.1 


ZZ 


Sulfur tetrafluoride 


7783-60-0 


zz 


- 0.1 


0.4 


11 


SulfuPv'l fluoride 


2699-79-8 


5 


20 10 40 ^ 


ZZ 


zz 


Sulprofos 


35400-43-2 


11 


1 11 11 11 


zz 


zz 


Svstox-* (see Demeton) 












2.4.5-T (2.4.5-TnchIoro- 


93-76-5 




see 1910. 1000. Table Z-1 






phenoxvacetic acid) 












Talc; see Silicates 












Tantalum 


7440-25-7 










metal and oxide dust 






see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 






TEDP (Sulfotep) 


3689-24-5 




see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 






Tellurium and compounds 


13494-80-9 




see 1910.1000, Table Z-1 






laslel 












Tellurium hexafluoride (as Te) 


7783-80-4 




see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 






Temephos 


3383-96-8 










Total dust 




ZZ 


10 11 11 11 


zz 


zz 


Respirable fraction 




zz 


5 11 11 11 


zz 


zz 


TEPP (Tetraethvl 


107-49-3 




see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 






p\Tophosphate) 












Terphen\1s 


26140-60-3 


zz 


- 0.5 


5 


zz 


1.1,1,2-Tetrachloro- 


76-11-9 




see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 






2.2-difluoroethane 













1.1,2.2-Tetrachloro- 
1.2-difluoroethane 

1 . 1 .2.2-Tetrachloroethane 

Tetrachloroethvlene: 
see Perchloroethvlene 

Tetrachloromethane : 

see Carbon tetrachloride 

Tetrachloronaphthalene 

Tetraethvl lead (as Pb) 



76-12-0 



79-34-5 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



1335- 



78-00-2 



see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 
see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 



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Skin 


Substance 


CAS# 








desig- 






ppm 


mg/m' ppm mg/m' ppm 


mg/m' 


nation 


Tetrahvdrofuran 


109-99-9 


200 


590 250 735 


— 


— 


Tetramethvl lead (as Pb) 


75-74-1 




see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 






Tetramethvl succinonitrile 


3333-52-6 




see 1910. 1000, Table Z-1 






Tetranitromethane 


509-14-8 




see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 






Tetrasodium pyrophosphate 


7722-88-5 


zz 


5. zz zz zz 


zz 


zz 


Tetrvl (2.4.6-Trinitrophenvl 


479-45-8 


~ 


0.1 


^ 


X 


methvl nitramine) 












Thallium, soluble compounds 


7440-28-0 




see 1910.1000. Table z-1 






£^111 












4.4' -Thiobis(6-ferr-butvl- 


96-69-5 










m-cresol) 












Total dust 




zz 


m zz zz zz 


- 


Z2 


Respirable fraction 




21 


5 zz zz zz 


zz. 


ZZ 


Thioglycolic acid 


68-11-1 


1 


i zz zz zz 


zz 


X 


Thionvl chloride 


7719-09-7 


zz 


zz zz zz i 


5 


zz 


Thiram 


137-26-8 




see 1910.1000. Table z-1 






Tin. inorganic compounds 












(except oxides) (as Sn) 


7440-31-5 




see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 






Tin. organic compounds (as Sn) 


7440-31-5 


- 


QA zz zz zz 


— 


X 


Tin oxide (as Sn) 


7440-31-5 


^ 


2 zz zz zz 


-- 


-- 


Titanium dioxide 


13463-67-7 










Total dust 




zz. 


m zz zz zz 


zz 


zz 


Respirable fraction 




ZZ 


^ zz zz zz 


ZZ 


zz 


Toluene 


108-88-3 


100 


375 150 560 


^ 


zz 


Toluene-2 .4-diisocvanate 


584-84-9 


0.005 


0.04 0.02 0.15 


— 


— 


(TDI) 












w-Toluidine 


108-44-1 


2 


9 zz zz zz 


— 


X 


o-Toluidine 


95-53-4 




see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 






/7-Toluidine 


106-49-0 


2 


9 ;; ^ ^ 


^ 


X 


Toxaphene; 












see Chlorinated camphene 












Tremolites; 












see Silicates 












Triburvl phosphate 


126-73-8 


Q2 


2.5 


2Z 


2Z 


Trichloroacetic acid 


76-03-9 


1 


1 zz zz zz 


22 


-2 


1 .2.4-Trichlorobenzene 


120-82-1 


— 


zz zz zz 5 


40 


-- 


1,1.1 -Trichloroethane ; 












see Methvl chloroform 












1.1.2-Trichloroethane 


79-00-5 




see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 






Trichloroethvlene 


79-01-6 


50 


270 200 1080 


- 


- 



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Substance 



TWA STEL Ceiling Skin 

CAS # desig - 

ppm m g/m^ ppm m g/m' ppm m g/m^ nation 



Trichloromethane : 
see Chloroform 

Trichloronaphthalene 

1.2.3 -Trichloropropane 

1.1.2-Trichloro-1.2.2- 
trifluoroe thane 

Triethvlamine 

Trifluorobromomethane 

Trimellitic anhydride 

Trimethylamine 

Trimethyl benzene 

Trimethvl phosphite 

2.4.6-Trinitrophenol: 
see Picric acid 

2.4.6-Trinitrophenylmethyl 
nitramine: see Tetryl 

2.4.6-Trinitrotoluene 
JTNT) 

Tri-orf/zo-cresyl phosphate 

Triphenvl amine 

Triphenyl phosphate 

Tungsten (as W) 

Insoluble compounds 

Soluble compounds 
Turpentine 
Uranium (as U) 

Soluble compounds 
Uranium (as U) 

Insoluble compounds 
/2-Valeraldehvde 
Vanadium 

Respirable dust (as YjOji 

Fume (as YiO^l 
Vegetable oil mist 

Total dust 

Respirable dust 

Vinyl acetate 

Vinyl benzene: 
see Styrene 

Vinyl bromide 

Vinyl chloride 



1321-65-9 see 1910.1000. Table Z-1 

96-18-4 10 60 ;; ;; ^ 

76-13-1 1000 7600 1250 9500 



121-44-8 


10 


40 


15 




60 ^ 


75-63-8 




see 


1910. 


000 


Table Z-1 


552-30-7 


0.005 


0.04 


^ 




^ 


75-50-3 


iQ 


24 


15 




36 


25551-13-7 


25 


125 


11 




— zz 


121-45-9 


2 


10 


__ 




_- 



118-96-7 

78-30-8 
603-34-9 
115-86-6 

7440-33-7 



8006-64-2 
7440-61-1 

7440-61-1 

1 10-62-3 
1314-62-1 



108-05-4 



593-60- 



50 



10 



0.5 


- - — 


- 


X 


0.1 
5 
see 


- - - 


- 


X 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 






1 


- IQ ZZ 




1 


~ 3 -^ 


zz 


zz. 


see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 






see 


1910.1000. Table Z-1 






0.2 


0.6 


— 


-- 


175 


— - - 


- 


- 


0.05 


— ZZ — 


-; 


■^ 


0.05 


z^ zz zz 


-- 


-^ 



see 1910.1000. Table Z- 

see 1910.1000. Table Z- 

30 20 60 - 



20 



see 1910.1017 



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TWA 


STEL 


Ceiling Skin 


Substance 


CAS# 










desig- 






EEm 


mg/m^ 


ppm mg/m' ppm 


rngZllL nation 


Vinvl cvanide; 














see Acrylonitrile 














Vinvl cvclohexene dioxide 


106-87-6 


10 


60 


zz 


zz zz 


zz X 


Vinvlidene chloride 


75-35-4 


i 


4 


zz 


zz zz 


- zz 


n.l-Dichloroethvlene) 














Vinvl toluene 


25013-15-4 




see 


1910.1000 


Table Z-1 




V M & P Naphtha 


8032-32-4 


300 


1350 


400 1800 


ZZ zz 


Warfarin 


81-81-2 




see 


1910.1000 


Table Z-1 




Welding fumes (total particulate. 


zz 


- 


5 


zz 


;; zz 


zz zz 


breathing zone) 














Wood dust, all soft and hard 


2z 


— 


5 


zz 


IQ zz 


zz zz 


woods, except Western Red 














Cedar 














Wood dust. Western red cedar 


ZZ 


zz 


2.5 


zz 


zz ZZ 


zz zz 


Xylenes io-. m-. p- isomers) 


1330-20-7 


100 


435 


150 


655 


zz zz 


m-X\lene-alpha. alpha '-diamine 


1477-55-0 


11 


ZZ 


ZZ 


ZZ zz 


0.1 X 


Xylidine 


1300-73-8 


2 


IQ 


zz 


zz zz 


zz X 


Yttrium 


7440-65-5 




see 


1910.1000, 


Table Z-1 




Zinc chloride fume 


7646-85-7 


ZZ 


1 


ZZ 


2 zz 


zz zz 


Zinc chromate (as CtO^ 


Varies with 
compound 


— 


— 


- 


zz zz 


0.1 


Zinc oxide fume 


1314-13-2 


zz 


5 


zz 


IQ zz 


11 zz 


Zinc oxide 


1314-13-2 












Total dust 




zz. 


IQ 


zz 


zz zz 


zz zz 


Respirable fraction 




zz 


5 


zz 


zz ZZ 


zz zz 


Zinc stearate 


557-05-1 












Total dust 




zz 


10 


zz 


ZZ zz 


zz zz 


Respirable fraction 




zz 


5 


— 


zz zz 


zz zz 


Zirconium compounds (as Zr) 


7440-67-7 


- 


5 


- 


IQ 


- - 


TABLE Z-2 








Acceptable 


maximum peak above the 










acceptable ceiling concentration 










for an 8-hr. 


shift 


8-hour time Acceptable ceiling 






Maximum 


Substance weighted concentration 


Concentration 


duration 


average 












Benzene - 10 ppm 


25 ppm 




50 


ppm 


IQ 


minutes 


Cadmium fume - 0. 1 mg/m' 


0.3 ma^ 


m! 

















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Acceptable maximum peak above the 

acceptable ceiling concentration 

for an 8-hr. shift 

8-hour time Acceptable ceiling Maximum 
Substance weighted concentration Concentration duration 
average 


Cadmium dust - 2 me/m' 6 me/m^ 




Ethylene dibromide 20 ppm 30 ppm 50 ppm 5 minutes 

Ethylene dichloride 50 ppm 100 ppm 200 ppm 5 minutes in any 3 

hours 


a. This standard applies to the industry segments exempt from the 1 ppm 8-hour TWA and 5 ppm STEL 
of the benzene standard at 1910. 1028. 

b. This standard applies to any operation or sectors for which the Cadmium standard. 1910. 1027. is stayed 
or otherwise not in effect. 


TABLE Z-3 - MINERAL DUSTS 


Substance mppcf 


mg/m' 


Silica: 
Crystalline 

Ouartz (ResDirable) 250 


10 mg/m^ 




%SiO, + 

5 

Ouartz (Total Dust) 


%. SiO, + 2 
30 me/m^ 



% SiO: + 2 



Cristobalite: Use Vi the value calculated from the count or mass 
formulae for quartz 

Tridymite: Use Vi the value calculated from the formulae for quartz 

Amorphous, including natural diatomaceous earth 

Coal Dust: 

Respirable fraction less than 5% SiO, 

Respirable fraction greater than 5% SiO , 



20 



80 mgW 
% SiO, 



2.4 mg/m^ 



10 mg/m' 
% SiO, + 2 



£b) (B) Incorporation by reference of modified final rule for 29 CFR 1910. 1200, Hazard Communication, including 
Appendices A through E, published in 59 FR (February 9, 1994) pages 6170 - 6184 except that 1910.1200(b)(6)(ii) 
is amended to read: "(ii) Any hazardous substance as such term is defined by the Comprehensive Environmental 
Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) (42 U.S.C. 9601 el seq), when regulated as a hazardous 
waste under that Act by the Environmental Protection Agency." 
(b) Co p ies of the a pp licable Code of Fede r al Regulations sections r efer r ed to in this Subcha p te r are available to the p ublic. 



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Flca^c r efer to 13 NCAC 7A .0302 fo r the costs involved and f r om whom copies may be obtained. 



Authority G.S. 95-131; 95-133; 150B-21.6. 



Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 150B-21.2 
that the Department of Labor, Division of Occupational 
Safety and Health intends to amend rules cited as 13 NCAC 16 
.0101 - .0102. .0201 - .0202, .0301; adopt rules cited as 13 
NCAC 16 .0103, .0401 - .0402. .0501 - .0502, .0601 - .0602; 
and repeal rules cited as 13 NCAC 16 .0203 - .0208, .0302 - 
.0303. Notice of Rule-making Proceedings was published in the 
Register on April 15, 1997. 

Proposed Effective Date: July 1. 1998 

A Public Hearing will be conducted at 10:00 a.m. on 
September 19, 1997 at the NCDOL: Division of Occupational 
Safety and Health, 319 Chapanoke Road. Suite 105, Conference 
Room A, Raleigh, NC. 

Reason for Proposed Action: The primary changes proposed 
in this rule-making submittal willfully implement a voluntary, 
self-inspection program for owners of migrant housing that has 
been experimentally implemented under the name Gold Star 
Grower. The program recognizes and encourages those owners 
of migrant housing that self -identify and eliminate hazards, and 
contributes to the efficient and economical operation of 
OSHNC. Other changes are necessary to implement the 
primary changes and to clarify when actions under the Migrant 
Housing Act will follow Occupational Safety and Health Act 
procedures for inspection, enforcement, penalties and appeals. 

Comment Procedures: The purpose of this announcement is 
to encourage all interested and potentially affected persons or 
parties to make their views known to the Division of 
Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) whether in favor of or 
opposed to arty and all provisions of the proposal being noticed. 
Written comments, data, or other information relevant to this 
proposal must be submitted within 30 days (October 3, 1997). 
Written comments may be submitted to: Peggy D. Morris, 
Division of Occupational Safety and Health at NCDOL: 
Division of Occupational Safety and Health, 319 Chapanoke 
Road, Suite 105, Raleigh, NC 27603-3432, Phone: (919) 662- 
4581 or 1-800-LABORNC, FAX: (919) 662-4582. 

Fiscal Note: These Rules do not affect the expenditures or 
revenues of state or local government funds. These Rules do 
not have a substantial economic impact of at least five million 
dollars ($5,000,000) in a 12-month period. 

CHAPTER 16 - MIGRANT HOUSING 



.0101 PURPOSE 

This p articular cha p te r Chapter a pp lies to the ins p ection and 
occu p ancy of all mig r ant housing within the sco p e of A r ticle 1 9 
of Cha p te r 9 5 of the Gene r al Statutes, sets forth the rules of 
procedure for implementing G.S. 95. Article 19. Migrant 
Housing Act of North Carolina. 

Authority G.S. 95-4(2); 95-222; 95-224. 

.0102 FORMS 

The De p a r t m ent of Labo r will issue the following mig r ant 
housing — o p e r ato r - r elated — forms — in — connection — with — the 
pr eoccupancy ins p ection pr ocess : 

(i^ An — "a pp lication" — r equesting — a — pr eoccu p ancy 

ins p ection, to be com p leted by the mig r ant housing 
o p e r ato r to notify the De p a r tment of the intent to 
house mig r ant wo r ke r s. 

(2) A ca r d f r om the De p a r tment of Labo r indicating 

receipt — of — the "a pp lication" — r equesting — a 

pr eoccu p ancy ins p ection. 

t3) The — "Mig r ant Housing P r eoceu p ancy Ins p ection 

Sheet", to be com p leted by an ins p ecto r and given to 
the mig r ant cam p o p e r ato r . This sheet indicates the 
co rr ections and modifications that need to be made, 
if any. to the housing in o r de r fo r it to be in 
com p liance with the Mig r ant Housing Act. 

(4) 2^^ — "Mig r ant — Housing — P r eoccu p ancy — Abatement 

Notice" to be completed, signed and dated by the 
mig r ant housing o p e r ato r , indicating that the items 
listed — on — the — Mig r ant — I lousing — P r eoceu p ancy 
Ins p ection Sheet have been co rr ected. This form will 
list each item and the action taken to make the 
co rr ection. 

(5) A "Housing Occu p ancy Ce r tificate," which is to be 

issued to the mig r ant housing o p e r ato r when the 
housing is in full com p liance. 
Forms, including an "application for inspection." as provided 
in G.S. 95-226. shall be issued by the Department. 

Authority G.S. 95-4(2); 95-227. 

.0103 DEFINITIONS 

The term "Department" shall mean the Department of Labor 
of North Carolina. 

Authority G.S. 95-4(2). 

SECTION .0200 -MIGRANT HOUSING 
CERTIFICATE 



SECTION .0100 - GENERAL 



.0201 PREOCCUPANCY INSPECTIONS 

(a) U p on Following the filing of an a pp lication fo r a 



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prcoccu p ancy ins p cciion "application for inspection" by an 
operator, the person who submitted the application shall be 
contacted by the Department, at which time, the Department 
has the authority to schedule an inspection, an ins p ection shall 
be scheduled by the Dc p anmcnt of La b o r . U p on ar r iving at the 
mig r ant housing site. De p a r tment of Labo r ins p ecto r s shall 
p r esent (hei r c r edentials to the o p e r ato r o r agent in charge of 
the housing, ex p lain the natu r e and p u rp ose of the inspection, 
and indicate gene r ally the scope of the ins p ection. 

(b) Ins p ecto r s The Commissioner or assigned designees shall 
have authority to take p hotog r a p hs inspect aU facilities related 
to the purpose of the inspection and take measurements, 
samples, photographs, videos, conduct interviews or employ 
other reasonable investigative techniques. 

(c) The migrant housin g operator or representative shall be 
afforded an opportunity to provide any pertinent information 
regarding conditions in the housing. 

(ct IdJ At the conclusion of an inspection, the ins p ecto r 
Commissioner or assigned designees shall confe r with provide 
a written statement of any identified health or safety violation 
to the migrant housing operator or his — r e pr esentative 
representative, and com p lete and leave with the mig r ant 
housing o p e r ato r o r r e pr esentative the — "Mig r ant Housing 
P r coccu p ancy Ins p ection Sheet" in o r de r to advise him of any 
a pp a r ent safety o r health violations disclosed by the ins p ection. 
Du r ing such confe r ence, the mig r ant housing o p e r ato r shall be 
affo r ded an o pp o r tunity to b r ing to the attention of the ins p ecto r 
any p e r tinent info r mation r ega r ding conditions in the housing. 

Authority G.S. 95-4(2): 95-136: 95-226. 

.0202 MIGRANT HOUSING CERTIFICATE 

Whe r e a pp arent safety and health violations a r e noted du r ing 
a pr coccu p ancy ins p ection, a com p leted "Mig r ant Housing 
P r coccu p ancy Abatement Notice," signed and dated by the 
mig r ant housing o p e r ato r , indicating that all needed co rr ections 
have been made, shall be submitted to the De p artment of Labo r 
befo r e a ce r tificate shall be issued. 

(a) If no violations are identified during the prcoccupancy 
inspection, the Department shall issue a migrant housing 
certificate to the operator. 

(b) Upon notification of any violations, the operator shall 
correct the violation(s) and so certify on the form supplied by 
the Department. The operator shall provide any access or 
information requested by the Department to verify that the 
identified violations have been abated. When the violative 
conditions are corrected, the Department shall issue a migrant 
housing certificate to the operator. 

(c) Except as provided in G.S. 95-226(d) and (e). no migrant 
housing shall be occupied prior to the receipt and posting, in a 
place accessible to all migrants, of a migrant housing 
certificate. 



o p e r ato r shall not allow mig r ant housing to be occu p ied until 
any safety and health violations a r e co rr ected and a ce r tificate 
issued. 

Authority G.S. 95-1 36(g): 95-226; 95-227. 

.0204 CONTESTING DENIAL 

Any ope r ato r wishing to contest the De p a r tment's failu r e to 
issue a ce r tificate may do so by filing a p etition fo r a hearing in 
acco r dance with G.S. 15QD. 

Authority' G.S. 95-226; 150B-23. 

.0205 ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATES 

A "housing occu p ancy ce r tificate" shall be issued by the 
De p artment of Labo r to the mig r ant housing o p e r ato r when the 
mig r ant housing — has — been — a ppr oved — and — shaH — contain 
info r mation indicating : 

W the name of the o p e r ato r r es p onsible fo r the housing; 



t^^ the add r ess of the housing ; 

(31 the numbe r of occu p ants allowed to inhabit the 

housing; 

t+) the ex p ected dates of occu p ancy; 

i5) a desc r i p tion and numbe r of the housing units; 



i€) the date ce r tificate is issued ; 

ff) the date of ins p ection ; 

(8^ any s p ecial housing conditions which may exist; 

f9) the expi r ation date of the ce r tificate, which shall not 

exceed one yea r f r om the date of ins p ection; 

tW^ the r elevant add r ess of the De p artment of Labo r ; and 

fHi the signatu r e of the a ppr o pr iate official. 



Authority G.S. 95-227. 

.0206 POSTING REQUIREMENTS 

When the housmg has been certified to be in com p liance with 
A r ticle 1 9 of Cha p te r 9 5 of the Gene r al Statutes, each mig r ant 
housing o p erato r shall notify all mig r ants by p osting the 
"Housing Occu p ancy Ce r tificate(s)" m a p lace accessible to the 
mig r ants. 

Authority G.S. 95-136(g}; 95-226; 95-227. 

.0207 REPEAT PREOCCUPANCY VISITS 

A r e p eat visit may be conducted following the pr coccu p ancy 
ins p ection to dete r mine if deficiencies listed on the "Mig r ant 
Housing rVeoccupancy Abatement Sheet" have been co rr ected. 
If the housing is occu p ied when this ins p ect i on is made. No r th 
Ca r olina — Occu p ational — Safety — and — Health — enfo r cement 
pr ocedu r es shall be followed. 

Authority G.S. 95-226; 95-227. 



Authority G.S. 95-4(2); 95- 136(g); 95-226; 95-227. 

.0203 CERTIFICATION DENIED 

following a pr coccu p ancy ins p ection, a mig r ant housing 



.0208 ENFORCEMENT VISITS 

Enforcement visits shall be conducted in acco r dance with 
No r th Ca r olina Occu p ational Safety and Health rules as found 
in 13 NCAC Cha p te r 7. 



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Authority G.S. 95-227. 

SECTION .0300 - PROVISIONAL OCCUPANCY 

.0301 PROVISIONAL OCCUPANCY 

A migrant housing operator may allow migrant housing to be 
occupied on a provisional basis if the operator ap p lied fo r a 
prcoccu p ancy ins p ection at least 45 days pr ior to occu p ancy, 
the — prcoccupancy — inspection — was — not — conducted — by — the 
De p artment of Labo r of No r th Carolina at least fou r days pr io r 
to the date s p ecified on the "a pp lication" as the "ar r ival date", 
and the mig r ant housing o p e r ato r p ossesses the card f r om the 
No r th Carolina De p artment of Labor ve r ifying that the 
"application" has been r eceived, has met the requirements of 
either G.S. 95-226 or 13 NCAC 16 .0602. 



.0501 APPEALING NON-ISSUANCE OF A MIGRANT 
HOUSING CERTIFICATE 

An operator who is denied a migrant housing certificate 
requested pursuant to G.S. 95-226 may appeal such denial to 
the Commissioner. The Commissioner's decision shall be 
considered a final agency decision and may be a ppealed in 
accordance with G.S. 150B. 

Authority G.S. 95-4(2); 95-137; 95-227. 

.0502 APPEALING VIOLATIONS OF THIS CHAPTER 
AND/OR G.S. 95, ARTICLE 19 

Citations and penalties issued pursuant to this Chapter may 
be contested in accordance with G.S. 95-137 as provided in 
G.S. 95-227. 



Authority G.S. 95-4(2); 95-136(g); 95-226; 95-227. 

.0302 PROVISIONAL OCCUPANCY DENIED 

P r ovisional occu p ancy is not permitted if the wate r and 
sewage system fo r the housing has not been ap p roved by the 
local health de p artment. Any ins p ection of occu p ied housing in 
which wate r and sewage systems have not been a ppr oved will 
constitute an Occu p ational Safety and Health enfo r cement 
ins p ection with the issuance of a ppr o pr iate citations and 
p enalties. 

Authority G.S. 95-225; 95-226; 95-227; 130A-337. 



.0303 



When 



INSPECTION OF PROVISIONALLY 
OCCUPIED HOUSING 



an ins p ecto r makes a pr coccu p ancy ins p ection on 
housing occu p ied on a pr ovisional basis, the ins p ecto r shall 
issue an on-site w r itten notice to the mig r ant housing o p e r ator 
to co rr ect any deficiencies within two days o r the pr ovisional 
occu p ancy will be r evoked. 

Authority G.S. 95-1 36(g); 95-226; 95-227. 

SECTION .0400 - ENFORCEMENT 

.0401 ENFORCEMENT INSPECTIONS 

Enforcement inspections shall be conducted in accordance 
with G.S. 95-227 and applicable 13 NCAC 7 rules. 

Authority G.S. 95-4(2); 95-227. 

.0402 CITATIONS AND PENALTIES 

Pursuant to G.S. 95-227. citations and penalties for violating 
the provisions of this Chapter or G.S. 95. Article 19 shall be 
issued in accordance with G.S. 95-137 and 138(a). 

Authority G.S. 95-4(2); 95-227. 

SECTION .0500 - APPEALS 



Authority G.S. 95-4(2); 95-227. 

SECTION .0600 - RECOGNITION PROGRAMS 

.0601 GOLD STAR GROWER PROGRAM 

An operator who submitted an application for inspection at 
least 45 days prior to occupancy, received a migrant housing 
certificate, had no identified violations at the time of the 
prcoccupancy inspection, and exceeds the minimum standards 
for migrant housing, shall be designated a Gold Star Grower. 

Authority G.S. 95-4(2); 95-133. 

.0602 SELF INSPECTION PROGRAM 

(a) An operator may conduct their own prcoccupancy 
inspection if the following requirements are met: 

(1) The operator holds Gold Star Grower status as 
defined by 13 NCAC 16 .0601 for two years: and 

(2) Upon invitation of the Department, the operator 
attends a Gold Star Grower informational meeting. 

(b) The Department shall issue a provisional occupancy self 
inspection certificate if the operator, at least 30 days prior to 
occupancy, submits a satisfactorily completed self inspection 
package. 

(c) Operators who conduct self inspections shall post, in a 
place accessible to all migrants, a copy of the provisional 
occupancy self inspection certificate issued b^; the Department. 

Authority G.S. 95-4(2); 95-136; 95-226. 



TITLE 15A - DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT, 
HEALTH, AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 150B-21.2 
that the EHNR - Environmental Management Commission 
intends to amend rule cited as ISA NCAC 2B .0305. Notice of 
Rule-making Proceedings was published in the Register on 
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Proposed Effective Date: August 1, 1998 

A Public Hearing will be conducted at 7:00p.m. on September 
18. 1997 at the Beech Mountain Club. Administrative Office 
Building. 105 Lakeledge Road. Beech Mountain, NC 28604. 

Reason for Proposed Action: The N.C. Department of 
Environment, Health and Natural Resources on behalf of the 
Environmental Management Commission (EMC) will conduct a 
public hearing in order to receive public comments on a 
proposal to reclassify a portion of East Fork Pond Creek 
(Watauga River Basin) in Watauga and Avery Counties from 
Class WS (Water Supply) -II Tr (Trout) to Class WS-V Tr. 
These rule-making proceedings are being held in accordance 
wiihN.C.G.S. 143-214.1, 143-215.1. and 143-215. 3(a)(1). 
The Avery County and Watauga County Board of 
Commissioners have requested that the Environmental 
Management Commission (EMC) reclassify the Pond Creek 
water supply watershed from its current WS-II classification to 
a more appropriate water supply classification. During the 
statewide water supply watershed reclassification process 
conducted in 1990 and 1991, which was mandated by North 
Carolina General Statute 143-214.5 (Water Supply Watershed 
Protection Act), the state used e.xisting land uses and types of 
wastewater discharges in each water supply watershed to 
develop a proposed water supply classification to bring to 
public hearing for comment. All of the water supply watersheds 
were reclassified effective August 3, 1993. Aven and Watauga 
Counties believe that the Pond Creek watershed may not have 
been classified correctly during this process. 
After evaluating drainage patterns, the composition of the 
watershed, and water supply sources, the EMC proposes to 
reclassify the East Fork Pond Creek from WS-II Tr to WS-V Tr. 
Santis Lake from WS-II Tr CA to WS-V Tr, and the connecting 
stream from Lake Coffey to Pond Creek from WS-II Tr CA to C 
Tr. The WS-II Tr classification for the West Fork Pond Creek 
would remain in place. The East Fork Pond Creek watershed 
drains to Santis Lake. Water from this lake is used for making 
snow and golf course irrigation. In severe drought sitimtions 
water from Santis Lake could be pumped to Lake Coffey. Lake 
Coffey is used as a water supply source for the Town of Beech 
Mountain. A portion of the flow from the West Fork Pond Creek 
watershed enters Lake Coffey via a diversion pipe, with the 
remaining flow going to Santis Lake. 

Avery County, Watauga County and the Town of Beech 
Mountain have land use jurisdiction in the area proposed for 
reclassification. If the East Fork Pond Creek is reclassified, the 
affected local governments will have the option of modifying 
their drinking water supply protection ordinances to reflect the 
reclassification. No categorical restrictions on watershed 
development or treated wastewater discharges are required for 
areas classified as WS- V. 

Comment Procedures: The purpose of this announcement is 
to encourage those interested in this proposal to provide 
comments. You may either attend the public hearing and make 
relevant verbal comments or submit written comments, data or 



other relevant information by October 18, 1997. The Hearing 
Officer may limit the length of time that you may speak at the 
public hearing, if necessary, so that all those who wish to speak 
may have an opportunity to do so. We encourage you to submit 
written comments as well. 

The EMC is very interested in all comments pertaining to the 

proposed reclassification. It is very important that all 

iruerested and potentially affected persons or parties make their 

views known to the EMC whether in favor of or opposed to any 

and all provisions of the proposed reclassification. The EMC 

may not adopt a rule that differs substantially from the te.xt of 

the proposed rule published in the North Carolina Register 

unless the EMC publishes the text of the proposed different rule 

and accepts comments on the new text (see 150B-21.2(g)). All 

interested and potentially affected persons are strongly 

encouraged to read the entire announcement and supporting 

information, and make appropriate comments on the proposal 

presented. The proposed effective date for the final rules 

pursuant to this hearing process is August 1. 1998. Written 

comments may be submitted by October 18, 1997 to: 

Liz Kovasckitz 

DEHNR/Division of Water Quality 

P.O. Box 29535 

Raleigh, NC 27626-0535 

(919) 733-5083, extension 572 

In the case of inclement weather on the day the public hearing 

is scheduled, please contact the above telephone number for a 

recorded message on any changes to the location, day or time 

of the hearing. 

Fiscal Note: This Rule does not affect the expenditures or 
revenues of state or local government fidnds. This Rule does not 
have a substantial economic impact of at least five million 
dollars ($5,000,000) in a 12-month period. 

CHAPTER 2 - E>rVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 

SUBCHAPTER 2B - SURFACE WATER 
AND WETLAND STANDARDS 

SECTION .0300 - ASSIGNMENT OF 
STREAM CLASSinCATIONS 

.0305 WATAUGA RIVER BASIN 

(a) Places whe r e the schedule may be ins p ected: The 
schedule may be inspected at the following places: 

(1) Clerk of Court: 
Avery County 
Watauga County 

(2) North Carolina Department of Environment, Health, 
and Natural Resources 

Asheville Regional Office 

Interchange Building 

59 Woodfin Place 

Asheville, North Ca r olina Carolina. 

(b) Unnamed Streams. Such streams entering the Slate of 
Tennessee are classified "C." 



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(c) The Watauga River Basin Schedule of Classifications and 
Water Quality Standards was amended effective: 

(1) August 12, 1979; 

(2) February 1, 1986; 

(3) October 1, 1987; 

(4) August 1, 1989; 

(5) August 1, 1990; 

(6) December 1, 1990; 

(7) April 1, 1992; 

(8) August 3, 1992; 

(9) February 1, 1993; 

(10) April l,i9947 1994: 

(11) August 1. 1998. 

(d) The Schedule of Classifications and Water Quality 
Standards for the Watauga River Basin was amended effective 
July 1, 1989 as follows: 

(1) Dutch Creek (Index No. 8-11) was reclassified from 
Class C-trout to Class B-trout. 

(2) Pond Creek (Index No. 8-20-2) from water supply 
intake (located just above Tamarack Road) to Beech 
Creek and all tributary waters were reclassified from 
Class WS-III to C. 

(e) The Schedule of Classifications and Water Quality 
Standards for the Watauga River Basin was amended effective 
December 1, 1990 with the reclassification of the Watauga 
River from the US Highway 321 bridge to the North 
Carolina/Tennessee state line from Class C to Class B. 

(0 The Schedule of Classifications and Water Quality 
Standards for the Watauga River Basin was amended effective 
April 1, 1992 with the reclassification of Pond Creek from 
Classes WS-III and C to Classes WS-III Trout and C Trout. 

(g) The Schedule of Classifications and Water Quality 
Standards for the Watauga River Basin was amended effective 
August 3, 1992 with the reclassification of all water supply 
waters (waters with a primary classification of WS-I, WS-II or 
WS-III). These waters were reclassified to WS-I, WS-II, WS- 
III, WS-IV or WS-V as defined in the revised water supply 
protection rules, (15A NCAC 2B .0100, .0200 and .0300) 
which became effective on August 3, 1992. In some cases, 
streams with primary classifications other than WS were 
reclassified to a WS classification due to their proximity and 
linkage to water supply waters. In other cases, waters were 
reclassified from a WS classification to an alternate appropriate 
primary classification after being identified as downstream of 
a water supply intake or identified as not being used for water 
supply purposes. 

(h) The Schedule of Classifications and Water Quality 
Standards for the Watauga River Basin has been amended 
effective February 1, 1993 with the reclassification of Boone 
Fork (Index No. 8-7) and all tributary waters from Classes C 
Tr HQW and C HQW to Classes C Tr ORW and C ORW. 

(i) The Schedule of Classifications and Water Quality 
Standards for the Watauga River Basin has been amended 
effective April 1, 1994 with the reclassification of the Elk River 
from Peavine Branch to the North Carolina/Tennessee state line 
[Index No. 8-22-(3)] from Class C Tr to Class B Tr. 



(j) The Schedule of Classifications and Water Quality 
Standards for the Watauga River Basin has been amended 
effective Au gtist 1. 1998 with the reclassification of East Fork 
Pond Creek from Us source to the backwater of Santis Lake. 
[Index No. 8-20-2-1.5] from Class WS-II Tr to Class WS-V 
Tr; the reclassification of West Fork Pond Creek (Santis Lake) 
[Index No. 8-20-2-l-(2)1 from the backwaters of Santis Lake to 
Pond Creek from WS-II Ii CA to WS-V Tr: and the 
reclassification of the connecting stream of Lake Coffey [Index 
No. 8-20-2-21 from the dam at Lake Coffey to Pond Creek 
from WS-II Tr CA to C Tr. 

Authority G.S. 143-214.1; 143-215.1; 143-215. 3(a)(1). 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 150B-21.2 
that the EHNR - Environmental Management Commission 
intends to amend rule cited as 15A NCAC 2B .0313. Notice of 
Rule-making Proceedings was published in the Register on 
March 14, 1997. 

Proposed Effective Date: August 1, 1998 

A Public Hearing will be conducted at 7:00 p.m. on September 
30, 1997 at the Government Center, Highway 89, Danbury, NC 
27016. 

Reason for Proposed Action: The N.C. Department of 
Environment, Health and Natural Resources on behalf of the 
Environmental Management Commission (EMC) will conduct a 
public hearing in order to receive public comments on a 
proposal to reclassify a portion of Cascade and Indian Creeks 
(Roanoke River Basin) in Stokes County to Outstanding 
Resource Waters (ORW). These rule-making proceedings are 
being held in accordance with N. C G.S. 143-214. 1, 143-215. 1, 
and 143-215. 3(a)(1). 

The Superintendent of Hanging Rock State Park has requested 
that the EMC reclassify two creeks in Hanging Rock State Park 
in Stokes County (Roanoke River Basin) to include the ORW 
supplemental classification. Cascade Creek, from its source to 
the backwaters of the swimming lake, is proposed for 
reclassification from Class B to Class B ORW. And Indian 
Creek, from its source to Window Falls, is proposed to be 
reclassified from Class C to Class C ORW. Both of these stream 
segments are entirely within the Hanging Rock State Park 
Boundary. 

In order to be classified as ORW, a water body must be of 
exceptional state or national recreational or ecological 
significance and the waters must have exceptional water quality. 
In addition, the waters must also exhibit one or more of the 
following resource values or uses: 

(1) there are outstanding fish (or commercially important 
aquatic species) habitat and fisheries; 

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(3) the waters have already received some special designation 
such as a North Carolina or National Wild and Scenic River, 
Native or Special Native Trout Waters, National Wildlife 
Refuge, etc. which do not provide any water quality protection: 

(4) the waters represent an important component of a state or 
natiorml park or forest: or 

(5) the waters are of special ecological or scientific significance 
such as habitat for rare or endangered species or as areas for 
research and education. 

Water quality analyses show that Cascade Creek, from its 
source to the swimming lake, and Indian Creek from its source 
to Window Falls have excellent water quality. Cascade and 
Indian Creeks are important components of Hanging Rock State 
Park and rare invertebrate species were found in both streams. 
Therefore these waters qualify' for ORW status. Special 
protection measures that apply to North Carolina ORWs are set 
forth in 15A NCAC 2B .0225. At a minimum, no new 
discharges or expansions are permitted, and stormwater 
controls for most new development are required. There are no 
existing or proposed wastewater discharges in the area affected 
by this proposed reclassification. 

Comment Procedures: The purpose of this announcement is 
to encourage those interested in this proposal to provide 
comjnents. You may either attend the public hearing and make 
relevant verbal comments or submit written comments, data or 
other relevant information by October 30, 1997. The Hearing 
Officer may limit the length of time that you may speak at the 
public hearing, if necessary, so that all those who wish to speak 
may have an opportunity to do so. We encourage you to submit 
written comments as well. 

The EMC is very interested in all comments pertaining to the 

proposed reclassifications. It is very important that all 

interested and potentially affected persons or parties make their 

views known to the EMC whether in favor of or opposed to any 

and all provisions of the proposed reclassifications. The EMC 

may not adopt a rule that differs substantially from the te.xt of 

the proposed rule published in the North Carolina Register 

unless the EMC publishes the text of the proposed different rule 

and accepts comments on the new text (see 1508-21. 2(g)). All 

interested and potentially affected persons are strongly 

encouraged to read the entire announcement and supporting 

information, and make appropriate comments on the proposal 

presented. The proposed effective dale for the firml rules 

pursuant to this hearing process is August 1, 1998. Written 

comments may be submitted by October 30, 1997 to: 

Liz Kovasckitz 

DEHNR/Division of Water Quality 

P.O. Box 29535 

Raleigh. NC 27626-0535 

(919) 733-5083. extension 572 

In the case of inclement weather on the day the public hearing 

is scheduled, please contact the above telephone number for a 

recorded message on any changes to the location, day or time 

of the hearing. 

Fiscal Note: This Rule does not affect the expenditures or 



revermes of state or local govemmeru funds. This Rule does not 
have a substantial economic impact of at least five million 
dollars ($5,000,000) in a 12-month period. 

CHAPTER 2 - ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 

SUBCHAPTER 2B - SURFACE WATER 
AND WETLAND STAIVDARDS 

SECTION .0300 - ASSIGNMENT OF 
STREAM CLASSIFICATIONS 

Note: The italicized text appeared in the July 1, 1997 North 
Carolina Register (12:01). 

.0313 ROANOKE RIVER BASIN 

(a) Places where the schedules may be inspected: The 
schedule may be inspected at the following places: 

(1) Clerk of Coun: 
Bertie County 
Caswell County 
Forsyth County 
Granville County 
Guilford County 
Halifax County 
Martin County 
Northampton County 
Person County 
Rockingham Coimty 
Stokes County 
Surry County 
Vance Coimty 
Warren County 
Washington Coimty 

(2) North Carolina Department of Environment, Health, 
and Natural Resources: 

(A) Raleigh Regional Office 
3800 Barrett Drive 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

(B) Washington Regional Office 
1424 Carolina Avenue 
Washington, North Carolina 

(C) Winston-Salem Regional Office 

8025 North Point Boulevard, Suite 100 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina Carolina. 

(b) Unnamed Streams. Such streams entering Virginia are 
classified "C." Except that all backwaters of John H. Kerr 
Reservoir and the North Carolina portion of streams tributary 
thereto not otherwise named or described shall carry the 
classification "B," and all backwaters of Lake Gaston and the 
North Carolina portion of streams tributary thereto not 
otherwise named or described shall carry the classification "C 
ai\dB^ B." 

(c) The Roanoke River Basin Schedule of Classification and 
Water Quality Standards was amended effective: 

(1) May 18, 1977; 

(2) July 9, 1978; 



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(3) July 18, 1979; 

(4) July 13, 1980; 

(5) March 1, 1983; 

(6) August 1, 1985; 

(7) February 1, 1986; 

(8) July 1, 1991; 

(9) August 3, i99^ 1992: 
(10) Au g ust 1. 1998. 

(d) The Schedule of Classifications and Water Quality 
Standards for the Roanoke River Basin was amended effective 
July 1, 1991 with the reclassification of Hyco Lake (Index No. 
22-58) from Class C to Class B. 

(e) The Schedule of Classifications and Water Quality 
Standards for the Roanoke River Basin was amended effective 
August 3, 1992 with the reclassification of all water supply 
waters (waters with a primary classification of WS-I, WS-II or 
WS-III). These waters were reclassified to WS-I, WS-II, WS- 
III, WS-IV or WS-V as defined in the revised water supply 
protection rules, (15A NCAC 2B .0100, .0200 and .0300) 
which became effective on August 3, 1992. In some cases, 
streams with primary classifications other than WS were 
reclassified to a WS classification due to their proximity and 
linkage to water supply waters. In other cases, waters were 
reclassified from a WS classification to an alternate appropriate 
primary classification after being identified as downstream of 
a water supply intake or identified as not being used for water 
supply purposes. 

{fl The Schedule of Classifications and Water Quality 
Standards for the Roanoke River Basin was amended effective 
August L. 1998 with the revision to the primary classification 
for portions of the Dan River [Index No. 22-(19.5)1 and the 
Mayo River [Index No. 22-30-(l)] from Class WS-IV to Class 
WS-V. 

(g) The schedule of Classifications and Water Quality 
Standards for the Roanoke River Basin was amended effective 
August 1^ 1998 with the reclassification of Cascade Creek 
(Camp Creek) [Index No. 22-12] and its tributaries from its 
source to the backwaters of the swimming lake from Class B to 
Class B ORW. and the reclassification of Indian Creek [Index 
No. 22-131 and its tributaries from its source to Window Falls 
from Class C to Class C ORW. 

Authority G.S. 143-214.1; 143-215.1; 143-215. 3(a)(1). 
******************** 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 150B-21.2 
that EHNR - Marine Fisheries Commission intends to 
amend rules cited as 15A NCAC 31 .0101. .0117; 3J .0103 - 
.0104, .0202, .0301; 3M .0506, .0513; 30 .0211; and adopt 
rule cited as 15A NCAC 3 J .0208. Notice of Rule -making 
Proceedings was published in the Register on April 15, 1997. 

Proposed Effective Date: August 1, 1998 

A Public Hearing will be conducted at 7:00 p.m. on the 



following dates and at the following locations: 

September 18, 1997 - Duke University Marine Lab Auditorium, 

Pivers Island, Beaufort 

October 2, 1997 - Brunswick Electric, Highway 17, Supply 

October 8, 1997 - Chowan County Courthouse, 101 South 

Broad St. , Edenton 

October 9, 1997 - NC Aquarium, Airport Road, Manteo 

October 16, 1997 - Arcfidale Building, Ground Floor Hearing 

Room, 512 North Salisbury St., Raleigh 

Reason for Proposed Action: 

ISA NCAC 31 .0101 - to define fork length and educational 

institution. 

ISA NCAC 31 .0117 - to transfer administration of the 

Fisheries Resource Grant Program from the Division of Marine 

Fisheries to North Carolina Sea Grant. 

ISA NCAC 3J .0103 - to specify the minimum mesh size for gill 

nets. 

ISA NCAC 3 J .0104 - to amend terminology on specific gear 

requirements to that more commonly used by other agencies and 

the fishing public. 

ISA NCAC 3 J .0202 - to define shrimp or crab trawling by 

specifying the percentage of shrimp or crabs required to be in 

the total catch; to restrict trawling one hour after sunset to one 

hour before sunrise in the Atlantic Ocean south of Cape Fear. 

ISA NCAC 3 J .0208 - to restrict trawling one hour after sunset 

to one hour before sunrise in portions of New River. 

ISA NCAC 3 J .0301 - to prohibit use of pots in any turning 

basin maintained and marked by the NC Ferry Division for 

navigational purposes. 

ISA NCAC 3M . 0506 - to clarify the possession limit for 

grouper. 

ISA NCAC 3M .0S13 - to establish proclamation authority for 

river herring and shad to comply with fishery numagement plan 

requirements and to establish a possession limit for sliad taken 

by hook-and-line. 

ISA NCAC 30 .0211 - to define bottom disturbing fishing gear 

which is prohibited, unless authorized, on any shellfish lease or 

franchise. 

Comment Procedures: Comments and statements, both 
written and oral, may be presented at the hearings. Written 
comments are encouraged and may be submitted to the Marine 
Fisheries Commission, PO Box 769, Morehead City, NC 28557. 
These written and oral comments must be received no later than 
November 1, 1997. Oral presentation lengtfis may be limited, 
depending on the number of people that wish to speak at the 
public hearings. 

Fiscal Note: These Rules do not affect the expenditures or 
revenues of state or local government funds. These Rules do 
not tiave a substantial economic impact of at least five million 
dollars ($5,000,000) in a 1 2-month period. 

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SUBCHAPTER 31 - GENERAL RULES 
SECTION .0100 - GENERAL RULES 

.0101 DEFINITIONS 

(a) All definitions set out in G.S. 113, Subchapter IV apply 
to this Chapter. 

(b) The following additional terms are hereby defined: 

(1) Commercial Fishing Equipment. All fishing 
equipment used in coastal fishing waters except: 

(A) Seines less than 12 feet in length; 

(B) Spears: 

(C) A dip net having a handle not more than eight 
feet in length and a hoop or frame to which 
the net is attached not exceeding 60 inches 
along the perimeter; 

(D) Hook-and-line and bait-and-line equipment 
other than multiple-hook or multiple-bait 
trotline; 

(E) A landing net used to assist in taking fish 
when the initial and primary method of taking 
is by the use of hook and line; and 

(F) Cast Nets. 

(2) Fixed or stationary net. A net anchored or staked to 
the bottom, or some structure attached to the bottom, 
at both ends of the net. 

(3) Mesh Length. The diagonal distance from the inside 
of one knot to the outside of the other knot, when the 
net is stretched hand-tight. 

(4) Possess. Any actual or constructive holding whether 
under claim of ownership or not. 

(5) Transport. Ship, carry, or cause to be carried or 
moved by public or private carrier by land, sea, or 
air. 

(6) Use. Employ, set, operate, or permit to be operated 
or employed. 

(7) Purse Gill Nets. Any gill net used to encircle fish 
when the net is closed by the use of a purse line 
through rings located along the top or bottom line or 
elsewhere on such net. 

(8) Gill Net. A net set vertically in the water to capture 
fish by entanglement by the gills in its mesh as a 
result of net design, construction, mesh size, 
webbing diameter or method in which it is used. 

(9) Seine. A net set vertically in the water and pulled by 
hand or power to capture fish by encirclement and 
confining fish within itself or against another net, the 
shore or bank as a result of net design, construction, 
mesh size, webbing diameter, or method in which it 
is used. 

(10) Internal Coastal Waters or Internal Waters. All 
coastal fishing waters except the Atlantic Ocean. 

(11) Channel Net. A net used to take shrimp which is 
anchored or attached to the bottom at both ends or 
with one end anchored or attached to the bottom and 
the other end attached to a boat. 

(12) Dredge. A device towed by engine jxiwer consisting 



of a frame, tooth bar or smooth bar, and catchbag 
used in the harvest of oysters, clams, crabs, scallops, 
or conchs. 

(13) Mechanical methods for clamming. Includes, but not 
limited to, dredges, hydraulic clam dredges, stick 
rakes and other rakes when towed by engine power, 
patent tongs, kicking with propellers or deflector 
plates with or without trawls, and any other method 
that utilizes mechanical means to harvest clams. 

(14) Mechanical methods for oystering. Includes, but not 
limited to, dredges, patent tongs, stick rakes and 
other rakes when towed by engine power and any 
other method that utilizes mechanical means to 
harvest oysters. 

(15) Depuration. Purification or the removal of 
adulteration from live oysters, clams, and mussels by 
any natural or artificially controlled means. 

(16) Peeler Crab. A blue crab that has a soft shell 
developing under a hard shell and having a definite 
pink, white, or red line or rim on the outer edge of 
the back fin or flipper. 

(17) Length of fmfish. finfish: 

(A) Total length is determined Determined by 
measuring along a straight line the distance 
from the tip of the snout with the mouth closed 
to the lip of the compressed caudal (tail) fin. 

(B) Fork length is determined by measuring along 
a straight line the distance from the tip of the 
snout with the mouth closed to the middle of 
the fork in the caudal (tail) fin. 

(C) Fork length for billfish is measured from the 
tip of the lower jaw to the middle of the fork 
of the caudal (tail) fin. 

(18) Licensee. Any person holding a valid license from 
the Department to take or deal in marine fisheries 
resources. 

(19) Aquaculture operation. An operation that produces 
artificially propagated stocks of marine or estuarine 
resources or obtains such stocks from authorized 
sources for the purpose of rearing in a controlled 
environment. A controlled environment provides and 
maintains throughout the rearing process one or more 
of the following: predator protection, food, water 
circulation, salinity, or temperature controls utilizing 
proven technology not found in the natural 
environment. 

(20) Critical habitat areas. The fragile estuarine and 
marine areas that support juvenile and adult 
populations of economically important seafood 
species, as well as forage species important in the 
food chain. Critical habitats include nursery areas, 
beds of submerged aquatic vegetation, shellfish 
producing areas, anadromous fish spawning and 
anadromous fish nursery areas, in all coastal fishing 
waters as determined through marine and esuiarine 
survey sampling. Critical habitats are vital for 
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growth and development of important seafood 
species. 

(A) Beds of submerged aquatic vegetation are 
those habitats in public trust and estuarine 
waters vegetated with one or more species of 
submerged vegetation such as eelgrass 
(Zostera marina), shoalgrass (Halodule 
wrightii) and widgeongrass (Ruppia maritima). 
These vegetation beds occur in both subtidal 
and intertidal zones and may occur in isolated 
patches or cover extensive areas. In either 
case, the bed is defined by the presence of 
above-ground leaves or the below-ground 
rhizomes and propagules together with the 
sediment on which the plants grow. In 
defining beds of submerged aquatic 
vegetation, the Marine Fisheries Commission 
recognizes the Aquatic Weed Control Act of 
1991 (G.S. 113A-220 et. seq.) and does not 
intend the submerged aquatic vegetation 
definition and its implementing rules to apply 
to or conflict with the non-development 
control activities authorized by that Act. 

(B) Shellfish producing habitats are those areas in 
which economically important shellfish, such 
as, but not limited to clams, oysters, scallops, 
mussels, and whelks, whether historically or 
currently, reproduce and survive because of 
such favorable conditions as bottom type, 
salinity, currents, cover, and cultch. Included 
are those shellfish producing areas closed to 
shellfish harvest due to pollution. 

(C) Anadromous fish spawning areas are defined 
as those areas where evidence of spawning of 
anadromous fish has been documented by 
direct observation of spawning, capture of 
running ripe females, or capture of eggs or 
early larvae. 

(D) Anadromous fish nursery areas are defined as 
those areas in the riverine and estuarine 
systems utilized by post-larval and later 
juvenile anadromous fish. 

(21) Intertidal Oyster Bed. A formation, regardless of 
size or shape, formed of shell and live oysters of 
varying density. 

(22) North Carolina Trip Ticket. Multiple-part form 
provided by the Department to fish dealers who are 
required to record and report transactions on such 
forms. 

(23) Transaction. Act of doing business such that fish are 
sold, offered for sale, exchanged, bartered, 
distributed or landed. The point of landing shall be 
considered a transaction when the fisherman is the 
fish dealer. 

(24) Live rock. Living marine organisms or an 
assemblage thereof attached to a hard substrate 



including dead coral or rock (excluding mollusk 
shells). For example, such living marine organisms 
associated with hard bottoms, banks, reefs, and live 
rock may include, but are not limited to: 

(A) Animals: 

(i) Sponges (Phylum Porifera); 
(ii) Hard and Soft Corals, Sea Anemones 
(Phylum Cnidaria): 
(I) Fire corals (Class Hydrozoa); 
(II) Gorgonians, whip corals, sea 
pansies, anemones, Solenastrea 
(Class Anthozoa); 
(iii) Bryozoans (Phylum Bryozoa); 
(iv) Tube Worms (Phylum Annelida): 
(I) Fan worms (Sabellidae); 
(II) Feather duster and Christmas 

tree worms (Serpulidae); 
(III) Sand castle worms 

(Sabellaridae). 
(v) Mussel banks (Phylum 

MoUusca: Gastropoda) ; 
(vi) Colonial barnacles (Arthropoda: 
Crustacea: Megabalanus sp.). 

(B) Plants: 

(i) Coralline algae (Division Rhodophyta); 
(ii) Acetabularia sp., Udotea sp., Halimeda 

sp., Caulerpa sp. (Division 

Chlorophyta); 
(iii) Sargassum sp., Dictyopteris sp., 

Zonaria sp. (Division Phaeophyta). 

(25) Coral: 

(A) Fire corals and hydrocorals (Class Hydrozoa); 

(B) Stony corals and black corals (Class 
Anthozoa, Subclass Scleractinia); 

(C) Octocorals; Gorgonian corals (Class 
Anthozoa, Subclass Octocorallia): 

(i) Sea fans (Gorgonia sp.); 
(ii) Sea whips (Leptogorgia sp. and 

Lophogorgia sp.); 
(iii) Sea pansies (Reniila sp.). 

(26) Shellfish production on leases and franchises: 

(A) The culture of oysters, clams, scallops, and 
mussels, on shellfish leases and franchises 
from a sublegal harvest size to a marketable 
size. 

(B) The transplanting (relay) of oysters, clams, 
scallops and mussels from designated areas 
closed due to pollution to shellfish leases and 
franchises in open waters and the natural 
cleansing of those shellfish. 

(27) Shellfish marketing from leases and franchises. The 
harvest of oysters, clams, scallops, mussels, from 
privately held shellfish bottoms and lawful sale of 
those shellfish to the public at large or to a licensed 
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The process of obtaining authorized cultch materials, 
seed shellfish, and polluted shellfish stocks and the 
placement of those materials on privately held 
shellfish bottoms for increased shellfish production. 

(29) Pound Net. A fish trap consisting of a holding pen, 
one or more enclosures, and a lead or leaders. The 
lead(s), enclosures, and holding pen are not conical, 
nor are they supported by hoops or frames. 

(30) Educational Institution. A college, universirv or 
community college accredited by a regional 
accrediting institution. 

Authority G.S. 113-134: 143B-289.4. 

.0117 nSHERY RESOURCE GRANT PROGRAM 

(a) Purpose. The purpose of this program is to enhance 
North Carolina's coastal fishery resources. 

(b) Types of projects. Projects shall address one or more of 
the following areas of research; 

(1) New fisheries fishing equipment or gear ^ and 
techniques - particularly those that reduce bycatch 
and fishing impact on non-target sp)ecies and size 
classes. 

(2) Environmental Pilot Studies. Assess fishing indust r y 
tTCTtds — = — es p ecially — those — that — identify — new 
o pp o r tunities and st r ategies that can be used to 
develo p — and — conserve — North — Carolina — fishe r y 
r esou r ces. 

(3) Aquaculture or mariculmre. Envi r onmental studies - 
p articula r ly those di r ected toward r educing adve r se 
envi r onmental — im p acts — of — fehms — techniques, 
r estoring — fishe r y — habitat, — and — unde r standing 
environmental — cont r ols — erf — fish — and — shellfish 
abundance . 

(4) Seafood Technology. Othe r Fishe r y Issues that will 
enhance North Ca r olina's coastal fishe r ies. 

(c) Eligibility to receive grants. Proposals will be 
considered from a diversity of sources including, but not 
limited to fishers, groups of fishers, and fishing companies. 

(d) Application for grants: 

(1) Grant proposals shall be typed or printed, and one 
copy five co p ies submitted to the North Carolina Sea 
Grant Program Division of .Ma r ine fishe r ies at Post 
Office Box 8605. Raleigh, 769, Mo r chead City , 
North Carolma 27695-8605. 28557-076 9 . Submined 
proposals must be postmarked no later than the date 
selected by Sea Grant. 1 6 . 1 99 5. Proposals received 
or postmarked later than that date Janua r y 16 may 
not be considered for funding. 

(2) Grant proposals shall contain at least the following 
information: 

(A) Name(s), mailing address(es), telephone 
number(s), signature(s) and social security or 
federal identification number of the 
applicant(s). 

(B) A description of the project, its objectives, and 
its relationship to current fishery 



problems/issues, written in sufficient detail to 
be realistically evaluated by professional 
fishery scientists and manage r s, scientists- 
managers and the fishing industry. 

(C) A detailed statement of the projected costs of 
the project. Description of participant cost- 
sharing and explanation/justification of 
projected costs is encouraged. 

(D) Biographical information documenting 
experience and expertise of project 
participants. 

(E) A description of how the project will be 
carried out, results evaluated, and findings 
made public. 

(F) An explanation of how the project will 
enhance North Carolina's coastal fishery 
resources. 

(G) Any other information that may be needed to 
enable the Secretary of the Department of 
Environment, Health, and Natural Resources 
to make a decision on the application. 

(3) Projects may extend up to two years from the date of 
awa r d, exce p t fo r aquacultu r e p r ojects which may 
extend fo r three yea r s, award. 

(4) Once approved, project time periods may be 
amended, but funding may not be increased. 

(e) Review of proposals: 

(1) Proposals will be reviewed and applicants notified in 
writmg of acceptance or denial by the North Carolina 
Sea Grant Program. Division of Marine fishe r ies. 
Incomplete proposals will be remmed to the applicant 
with a written description of deficiencies. 

(2) Review Procedures: An anonymous peer review will 
be conducted for all applications. At least one of the 
peer review persons must be involved in a fishing 
industry. Applications shall be confidential until 
after funding decisions are made. Project quality 
will be assessed on the following criteria: P r o p osals 
will be r eviewed by fishe r y pr ofessionals who will 
assign sco r es as shown below (maximum score - 
100 p oints) : 

(A) Address a priority: 

(B) Ability to protect or enhance fishery 
resources: 

(C) Organization of a plan of work leading to 
conclusions: 

(D> Plan to extend fmdings to the fishing industry; 

(E) Availability of expenise and its application: 

(F) Familiarity and experience with the problem 
addressed; 

(G) Innovation of approach and/or potential 
findings; 

(H) Cost-effectiveness of implementation of 

results; and 
(I) Reasonableness of budget for work proposed. 

tAl P r oject Quality - the likelihood that the pr oject 

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applicable to enhancing No r th Carolina's 

fishe r y r esources (30 p oints). 
fB^ Potential fo r Public Benefit - the likelihood 

that a pp lication of successful p r oject r esults 

would be of significant benefit to the citizens 

of No r th Carolina (20 p oints). 
(6) — Qualifications of A pp licants - the likelihood 

that p artici p ants can successfully com p lete the 

project and effectively disseminate r esults to 

the p ublic (20 p oints). 
(B) Innovativeness ^ the likelihood that the pr ojec t 

would pr ovide r eliable new information that 

would imp r ove utilization o r management of 

fishery r esou r ces (20 p oints). 
(E) 6ost — effectiveness — = — the — accu r acy — and 

appro pr iateness of pr oject costs and thei r 

r elationshi p to ex p ected p ublic benefit of the 

completed pr oject (10 p oints). 
(3) Projects will be reviewed by members of the 
Fisheries Resource Grant Steering Committee, the 
Marine Fisheries Commission, and members of the 
relevant Marine Fisheries Commission Advisory 
Committee. Committee, and staff of the Division of 
Marine Fishe r ies. Competing large proposals and 
their reviews may be comparatively assessed by the 
Marine Fisheries Commission Planning Advisory 
Committee. Proposals to be granted will be selected 
by the Marine Fisheries Commission. 
(0 Award of grants: 

(1) The North Carolina Sea Grant Program Division of 
Marine Fishe r ies shall administer the proposal review 
process and shall submit a list of eligible proposals 
ranked in order of total review score to the Marine 
Fisheries Commission. 

(2) The North Carolina Marine Fisheries Commission 
shall make all grant offers on projects including the 
level of fimding on each project. 

(3) Funds will be conveyed to grantees through contracts 
with the North Carolina Sea Grant Pro gram. 
De p a r tment of Envi r onment, Health, and Natu r al 
Resou r ces. 

(4) Of the total funds granted for each project, up to 25 
percent may be paid upon signing of the contract if 
such payment is requested as part of the grant 
application. 

(5) Of the total funds granted for each project, 25 
percent shall be held back and paid only upon 
acceptance of the final project report by the North 
Carolina Marine Fisheries Commission. 

(6) Other payments to grantees shall be paid upon receipt 
of expenditure repons or invoices at intervals of not 
less than three months. 

(7) Grants will be awarded as evenly as practicable 
among the Northern, Pamlico, Central, and Southern 
coastal areas of North Carolina. 

(8) Prior to initiation of work on research projects, 



grantees shall secure all necessary state and federal 
permits and licenses, 
(g) Reporting: 

(1) Grantees shall submit written progress reports at 
three -month six-month intervals describing stauis of 
their projects, progress toward achieving project 
objectives, notable occurrences, and any significant 
problems encountered and steps taken to overcome 
the problems. Forms fo r such r e p o r ts will be 
available f r om the Division of Ma r ine Fishe r ies. 

(2) As a condition of receiving a Fishery Resources 
Grant, the applicant shall agree to submit acceptable 
quarterly semi-annual reports. A technical 
representative designated by of the North Carolina 
Sea Grant Program Division of Ma r ine Fisheries 
shall determine if reports are acceptable. If the 
representative finds the report unacceptable, the 
project leader will be notified of deficiencies and 
must provide an acceptable report within 30 working 
days. If an acceptable report is not received in the 
specified time, the applicant shall be required to 
repay Sea Grant the Division a prorated refimd of 
project costs as shown in Table 1 . 

Table 1 . Prorated refund schedule for non-compliance with 
report requirements. 

Percent of Work Completed Percent 

and Acceptably Reported Refund 

25 85 

50 60 

75 35 

100 

An applicant who has been found in noncompliance 
with reporting rules and who does not agree to 
provide such reports may request that the Marine 
Fisheries Commission informally mediate the case. 
An applicant will have a maximum of 180 days to 
make repayment to Sea Grant the Division following 
the final appeals process. 

(3) Grantees shall submit a written draft final report 
within 60 days of the completion of their projects to 
the North Carolina Sea Grant Program Division of 
Ma r ine Fishe r ies for review and comment. 

(A) If the North Carolina Sea Grant Program 
Division of Ma r ine Fishe r ies finds the draft 
final report substantially acceptable. Sea Grant 

the Division shall so notify the Marine 
Fisheries Commission and grantee(s). The 
grantee(s) shall make any needed minor 
corrections and re-submit the final report to 
Sea Grant, the — Division. The Marine 
Fisheries Commission will consider Sea 
Grant's the Division's recommendation for 
approval and may approve the report and 
authorize final payment. 

(B) If the North Carolina Sea Grant Program 
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(4) 



final report substantially deficient because of 

lack of adherence to established procedures, 

insufficient sampling, lack of data to support 

conclusions, or other reasons pertaining to 

fulfillment of project requirements. Sea Grant 

the Division shall notify the Marine Fisheries 

Commission and grantee(s). 

(i) If the Marine Fisheries Commission 

accepts Sea Grant's the — Division's 

recommendation, it shall notify the 

grantee(s) in writing of the steps it must 

take to meet its contractual obligations 

in order to satisfactorily complete the 

project and final report and receive 

final payment. 

(ii) If the Marine Fisheries Commission 

rejects Sea Grant's the — Division's 

recommendation of substantial 

deficiency, it shall instruct Sea Grant 

the Division of Ma r ine Fishe r ies to 

proceed with final approval as provided 

in Part (A) of this Subparagraph. 

(C) Grantees may be required to give an annual 
verbal report on their project. 

(D) The Nonh Carolina Sea Grant Program 
Division of Marine Fishe r ies shall publish an 
annual report summarizing the status of all 
projects conducted under this program. 

(E) The North Carolina Sea Grant Program 
Division of Marine Fishe r ies shall conduct a 
field review of each project at least annually. 
Sea Grant The Division may request the 
assistance of other agencies of the Department 
of Environment, Health, and Natural 
Resources and of the consolidated University 
of North Carolina to conduct field reviews. 

Grantees shall submit a final expenditure report or 
invoice within 60 45 days of the end of the contract. 



Authority G.S. 113-134; 143B-289.4: 1993 (Regular Session 
1994), c. 769. s. 27.17. 

SUBCHAPTER 3J - NETS, POTS, DREDGES, AND 
OTHER FISHING DEVICES 

SECTION .0100 - NET RULES, GENERAL 



(3) Specify gill net mesh length, length exce p t that the 
mesh length shall not be less than 2 Vi inches. 

(4) Specify means/methods. 

(5) Specify net number and length. 

Icj ftr) It is imlawful to use fixed or stationary gill nets in 
the Atlantic Ocean or any gill nets in internal waters unless 
such nets are marked by attaching to them at each end two 
separate yellow buoys which shall be of solid foam or other 
solid buoyant material no less than five inches in diameter and 
no less than five inches in length. Gill nets which are not 
cormected together at the top line shall be considered as 
individual nets, requiring two buoys at the end of each 
individual net. Gill nets connected together at the top line shall 
be considered as a continuous net requiring two buoys at each 
end of the continuous net. Any other marking buoys on gill 
nets shall be yellow except that one additional identification 
buoy of any color or any combination of colors may be used at 
either or both ends. The owner shall always be identified on a 
buoy on each end either by using engraved buoys or by 
attaching engraved metal or plastic tags to the buoys. Such 
identification shall include one of the following: 

(1) Owner's N.C. motor boat registration number, or 

(2) Owner's U.S. vessel documentation name, or 

(3) Owner's last name and initials. 
£di (c) It is unlawful to use gill nets: 

(1) Within 2(X) yards of any pound net with lead and 
pound or heart in use; 

(2) From March 1 through October 3 1 in the Intracoastal 
Waterway within 150 yards of any railroad or 
highway bridge. 

(ei td^ It is unlawful to use gill nets withm 100 feet either 
side of the center line of the Intracoastal Waterway Channel 
south of Quick Flasher No. 54 in Alligator River at the 
southern entrance to the Intracoastal Waterway to the South 
Carolina line, unless such net is used in accordance with the 
following conditions: 

(1 ) No more than two gill nets per boat may be used at 
any one time; 

(2) Any net used must be attended by the fisherman from 
a boat who shall at no time be more than 100 yards 
from either net; and 

(3) Any individual setting such nets shall remove them, 
when necessary, in sufficient time to permit 
unrestricted boat navigation. 

£f) (e) It is unlawful to use drift gill nets in violation of 15A 
NCAC 3J .0101(2) and Paragraph (d) of this Rule. 



.0103 GILL NETS, SEINES, IDENTIFICATION, 
RESTRICTIONS 

(a) It is unlawful to use a gUl net with a mesh length less 
than 2'/2 inches. 

(b) The Fisheries Director may, by proclamation, limit or 
prohibit the use of gill nets or seines in coastal waters, or any 
portion thereof, or impose any or all of the following 
restrictions on the use of gill nets or seines: 

(1) Specif>' area. 

(2) Specify season. 



Authority G.S. 113-134; 113-182; 113-221; 143B-289.4. 

.0104 TRAWL NETS 

(a) It is unlawful to use trawl nets for the taking of finfish in 
internal waters, except that it shall be permissible to take or 
possess finfish incidental to crab or shrimp trawling in 
accordance with the following limitations: 

(1) It is unlawful to possess aboard a vessel while using 
a trawl in internal waters more than 500 pounds of 
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1,000 pounds of finfish from March 1 through 
November 30. 
(2) The Fisheries Director may, by proclamation, close 
any area to trawling for specific time periods in order 
to secure compliance of this Rule. 

(b) It is unlawful to use trawl nets: 

(1) In internal coastal waters, between one hour after 
sunset Friday and one hour before simset on Sunday; 

(2) For the taking of oysters; 

(3) In Albemarle Sound and its tributaries; 

(4) In the areas described in 15A NCAC 3R .0106; 

(5) From December 1 through February 28 from one 
hour after sunset to one hour before sunrise in the 
following areas: 

(A) In Pimgo River north of a line begirming at a 
point on Wades Point 35° 23' 17" N - 76° 34' 
30" W; running 060° (M) to a point on 
Currituck Point 35° 24' 35" N - 76° 32' 19" 
W. 

(B) In Pamlico River west of a line beginning at a 
point on the south shore near Fulford Point 
35° 19' 52" N - 76° 35' 56" W; running 026° 
(M) through Flashing Red Marker "1" to a 
point on Wades Point 35° 23' 17" N - 76° 34' 
30" W. 

(C) In Bay River west of a line beginning at a 
point on Maw Point 35° 09' 02" N - 76° 32' 
10" W; running 021° (M) through Flashing 
Green Marker " 1 " to a point on Bay Point 35° 
ir 01" N -76° 31' 35" W. 

(D) In Neuse River west of a line beginning at a 
point off Cherry Point 34° 56' 17" N - 76° 
48' 37" W; running 020° (M) through 
Flashing Red Marker "9" to a point off 
Wilkinson Point 34° 57' 58" N - 76° 48' 22" 
W. 

(E) In New River all waters upstream of the N.C. 
Highway 172 Bridge. 

(c) Minimum mesh sizes for shrimp and crab trawls are 
presented in 15A NCAC 3L .0103 and .0202. 

(d) The Fisheries Director may, with prior consent of the 
Marine Fisheries Commission, by proclamation, require 
bvcatch reduction firrftsh — exclude r devices or codend 
modifications in trawl nets to reduce the catch of fmfish that do 
not meet size limits or are unmarketable as individual foodfish 
bv reason of size. 



(2) 
(3) 



(4) 



Masonboro Inlet and a line nmning 138° through the 
water tank on the northern end of Wrightsville 
Beach, a distance parallel with the beach of 4,400 
yards. 

It is unlawful to use trawls within one-half mile of 
the beach between the Virginia line and Oregon Inlet. 
It is unlawful to use a trawl with a mesh length less 
than four inches in the main body, three inches in the 
extension, and one and three-fourths inches in the 
cod end or tail bag inshore of a line beginning at a 
point 34° 41' 18" N - 76° 40' 08" W on the western 
side of Beaufort Inlet Channel (the present location 
of buoy "11" QK Fl); thence westward parallel to 
and one-half mile from the ocean back to a point 34° 
40' 32" N - 76° 53' 45" W off Salter Path. 
It is unlawful to use trawl nets, including flynets, 
southwest of the 9960-Y chain 40250 LORAN C line 
(running offshore in a southeasterly direction) from 
Cape Hatteras to the North Carolina/South Carolina 
line except: 
(a) Shrimp trawls as defined in 15A NCAC 3L 

.0103; 

Crab trawls as defined in 15 A NCAC 3L 

.0202; or 

Flounder trawls as defmed in 15 A NCAC 3M 

.0503. 
Finfish may be retained incidental to lawful shrimp 
or crab trawl operations provided the weight of the 
fmfish shall not exceed 50 percent of the total weight 
of the combined shrimp or crab and finfish catch. 
It is unlawful to use unattended gill nets or block or 
stop nets in the Atlantic Ocean within 300 yards of 
the beach from Beaufort Inlet to the South Carolina 
line from sunset Friday to sunrise Monday from 
Memorial Day through Labor Day. 
It is unlawful to use gill nets in the Atlantic Ocean 
with a mesh length greater than seven inches from 
April 15 through December 15. 
U is unlawful to use shrimp trawls in all waters west 
of a line beginning at the southeastern tip of Baldhead 
Island 33° 50' 29" N - 77° 57' 28" W running 173° 
(M) to a point in the Atlantic Ocean 33° 46' 16" N 
; 77° 56' 24" W from one hour after sunset to one 
hour before sunrise. 



Authority G.S. 113-134; 113-182; 143B-289.4. 



(5) 



(6) 



m 



(b) 



(c) 



Authority G.S. 113-134; 113-182; 113-221; 143B-289.4. 
SECTION .0200 - NET RULES, SPECIFIC AREAS 

.0202 ATLANTIC OCEAN 

In the Atlantic Ocean: 
(1) It is unlawful to use nets from June 15 through 
August 15 in the waters of Masonboro Inlet or in the 
ocean within 300 yards of the beach between 



.0208 NEW RIVER 

It is unlawful to use trawl nets upstream of the Highway 172 
Bridge in New River from one hour after sunset to one hour 
before sunrise when opened by proclamation from August 15 
through November 30. 

Authority G.S. 113-134; 113-182; 143B-289.4. 

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.0301 CRAB, EEL, FISH AND SHRIMP POTS 

(a) It is unlawful to use pots except during time periods and 
in areas specified herein: 

(1) From November 1 through April 30, except that all 
pots, except fish pots upstream of U.S. 17 Bridge 
across Chowan River and upstream of a line across 
the mouth of Roanoke, Cashie, Middle and Eastmost 
Rivers to the Highway 258 Bridge, shall be removed 
from internal waters from January 24 through 
February 7. The Fisheries Director may, by 
proclamation, reopen various waters to the use of 
pots after January 28 if it is determined that such 
waters are free of pots. 

(2) From May 1 through October 31, north and east of 
the Highway 58 Bridge at Emerald Isle: 

(A) In areas described in 15 A NCAC 3R .0107(a); 

(B) To allow for the variable spatial distribution of 
Crustacea and finfish, the Fisheries Director 
may, by proclamation, specify time periods 
for or designate the areas described in 15A 
NCAC 3R .0107(b); or any part thereof, for 
the use of pots. 

(3) From May 1 through October 31 in the Atlantic 
Ocean and west and south of the Highway 58 Bridge 
at Emerald Isle in areas and during time periods 
designated by the Fisheries Director by proclamation. 

(b) It is unlawful to use pots pots: 

(1) in any navigation channel maintained and marked by 
State or Federal agencies; or agencies. 

(2) in any turning basin maintained and marked by the 
North Carolina Ferry Division. 

(c) It is unlawful to use pots unless each pot is marked by 
attaching a floating buoy which shall be of solid foam or other 
solid buoyant material and no less than five inches in diameter 
and no less than five inches in length. Buoys may be of any 
color except yellow. The owner shall always be identified on 
the attached buoy by using engraved buoys or by engraved 
metal or plastic tags attached to the buoy. Such identification 
shall include one of the following: 

(1) owner's N.C. motorboat registration number; or 

(2) owner's U.S. vessel documentation name; or 

(3) owner's last name and initials. 

(d) Pots attached to shore or a pier shall be exempt from 
Sub-paragraphs (a)(2), (a)(3), and (c) of this Rule. 

(e) It is unlawful to use shrimp pots with mesh lengths 
smaller than one and one-fourth inches stretch or five-eights 
inch bar. 

(f) It is unlawful to use eel pots with mesh sizes smaller than 
one inch by one-half inch unless such pots contain an escape 
panel that is at least four inches square with a mesh size of 1 " 
x '/:" located in the outside panel of the upper chamber of 
rectangular pots and in the rear portion of cylindrical pots, 
except that not more than two eel pots per fishing operation 
with a mesh of any size may be used to take eels for bait. 

(g) It is unlawful to use crab pots in coastal waters unless 



each pot contains no less than two unobstructed escape rings 
that are at least 2 5/16 inches inside diameter and located in the 
opposite outside panels of the upper chamber of the pot. Peeler 
pots with a mesh size less than 1 Vi inches shall be exempt 
from the escape ring requirement. The Fisheries Director may, 
by proclamation, exempt the escape ring requirement in order 
to allow the harvest of peeler crabs or mature female crabs and 
may impose any or all of the following restrictions: 

(1) Specify areas, and 

(2) Specify time. 

(h) It is imlawful to use more than 150 pots per vessel in 
Newport River. 

(i) It is unlawful to remove crab pots from the water or 
remove crabs from crab pxjts between one hour after sunset and 
one hour before sunrise. 

Authority G.S. 113-134; 113-182; 113-221; 143B-289.4. 

SUBCHAPTER 3M - FIMISH 

SECTION .0500 - OTHER FINFISH 

.0506 SNAPPER-GROUPER 

(a) The Fisheries Director may, by proclamation, impose 
any or all of the following restrictions in the fishery for species 
of the snapper-grouper complex listed in the South Atlantic 
Fishery Management Council Fishery Management Plan for the 
Snapper-Grouper Fishery of the South Atlantic Region and for 
sea bass north of Cape Hatteras in order to comply with or 
utilize conservation equivalency to comply with the 
management requirements incorporated in the Fishery 
Management Plan for Sea Bass developed cooperatively by the 
Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council and the Atlantic 
States Marine Fisheries Commission: 

(1) Specify size; 

(2) Specify seasons; 

(3) Specify areas; 

(4) Specify quantity; 

(5) Specify means/methods; and 

(6) Require submission of statistical and biological data. 
The species of the snapper-grouper complex listed in the South 
Atlantic Fishery Management Council Fishery Management 
Plan for the Snapper-Grouper Fishery of the South Atlantic 
Region is hereby incorporated by reference and copies are 
available at the Division of Marine Fisheries, P.O. Box 769, 
Morehead City, North Carolina 28557 at no cost. 

(b) It is imlawful to possess black sea bass less than eight 
inches total length taken south of Cape Hatteras (35° 15' N, 
Latitude). 

(c) It is unlawful to possess gag grouper (gray grouper) less 
than 20 inches total length. 

(d) It is imlawful to possess black grouper less than 20 
inches total length. 

(e) It is unlawful to possess red snapper less than 20 inches 
total length. 

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(g) It is unlawful to possess yellowfin grouper (fireback 
grouper) less than 20 inches total length. 

(h) It is unlawful to possess scamp less than 20 inches total 
length. 

(i) It is unlawful to possess yellowmouth grouper less than 
20 inches total length. 

(i) Greater amberjack: 

(1) It is unlawful to possess greater amberjack less than 
36 inches fork length except that persons fishing 
under the bag limit established in Subparagraph (2) 
of this Paragraph may possess a minimum 28 inch 
amberjack. 

(2) It is imlawful to possess more than three greater 
amberjack per person per day. 

(k) Vermilion Snapper: 

(1) It is unlawful to possess vermilion snapper (beeliner) 
less than 12 inches total length except that persons 
fishing under the bag limit established in 
Subparagraph (2) of this Paragraph may possess 10 
inch vermilion snapper. 

(2) It is unlawful to possess more than 10 vermilion 
snapper per person per day taken for non-commercial 
purposes. 

(1) It is unlawful to possess silk snapper (yelloweye snapper) 
less than 12 inches total length. 

(m) It is unlawful to possess blackfm snapper (hambone 
snapper) less than 12 inches total length. 

(n) It is unlawful to possess red porgy (pink or silver 
snapper) less than 12 inches total length. 

(o) Speckled hind (Kitty Mitchell) and Warsaw grouper: 

(1) It is unlawful to sell or offer for sale speckled hind 
or Warsaw grouper. 

(2) It is imlawful to possess more than one speckled hind 
or one Warsaw grouper per vessel per trip. 

(p) Combined Bag Limit for Snapper. It is unlawful to 
possess more than 10 vermilion snappers and 10 other species 
of sna pp e r s, snappers per person, of which no more than two 
may be red snapper, taken in any one day imless fishing aboard 
a vessel holding a federal vessel permit for snapper-grouper 
authorizing the bag limit to be exceeded. 

(q) Combined Bag Limit for Grouper: 

(1) It is unlawful to possess more than five grouper per 
person taken in any one day unless fishing aboard a 
vessel holding a federal vessel permit for snapper- 
grouper authorizing the bag limit to be exceeded. 

(2) Vessels holding a federal permit authorizing the bag 
limit to be exceeded may not possess more than one 
speckled hind or one Warsaw g r ou p e r , grouper per 
person. 

(r) It is unlawful to possess Nassau grouper or jewfish. 
(s) Fish Traps/Pots: 

(1) It is unlawful to use or have on board a vessel fish 
traps for taking snappers and groupers except sea 
bass pots as allowed in Subparagraph (2) of this 
Paragraph. 

(2) Sea bass may be taken with pots that conform with 



the federal rule requirements for mesh sizes and pot 
size as specified in 50 CFR Part 646.2 and openings 
and degradable fasteners specified in 50 CFR Part 
646-22(c)(2)(i) and rules published in 50 CRF 
pertaining to sea bass north of Cape Hatteras (35° 
15' N Latitude). 

Authority G.S. 113-134; 113-182: 113-221; 143B-289.4. 

.0513 RIVER HERRING AND SHAD 

(a) Until the adoption of a fishery management plan for river 
herring (Blueback Herring. Alewife) and shad (American Shad. 
Hickory Shad) by the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries 
Commission or the North Carolina Marine Fisheries 
Commission, it ft is unlawful to take blueback herring, alewife, 
American shad and hickory shad by any method from April 15 
through January 1 . 

(b) Upon adoption of and in order to comply with the 
management requirements incorporated in the Fishery 
Management Plan(s) for River Herring (Blueback Herring. 
Alewife) or Shad (American Shad. Hickory Shad) developed by 
the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission or the North 
Carolina Marine Fisheries Commission, the Fisheries Director 
may, by proclamation, take any or aU of the following actions 
in the blueback herring, alewife. American shad and hickory 
shad fisheries: 

(1) Specify size; 

(2) Specify season; 

(3) Specify area; 

(4) Specify quantity; 

(5) Specify means/methods; and 

(6) Require submission of statistical and biological data. 

(c) It is unlawful to possess more than 10 American shad or 
hickory shad, in the aggregate, per person per day taken by 
hook-and-line. 

Authority G.S. 113-134; 113-182; 113-221; 143B-289.4. 

SUBCHAPTER 30 - LICENSES, LEASES, AND 
FRANCHISES 

SECTION .0200 - LEASES AND FRANCHISES 

.0211 PROTECTION OF PRIVATE SHELLFISH 
EVTEREST 

It is unlawful to use any trawl net, long haul seine, swipe net, 
dredge, or mechanical method for clams or oysters bottom 
disturbing fishing gear on any shellfish lease or franchise imless 
it has been duly authorized by the Fisheries Director. 

Authority G.S. 113-134; 113-182; 113-201. 



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TITLE 21 - OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING 
BOARDS 

CHAPTER 64 - BOARD OF EXAMINERS 

OF SPEECH AND LANGUAGE 
PATHOLOGISTS AND AUDIOLOGISTS 

Notice is hereby given in accordance wiih G.S. 150B-21 .2 
that the North Carolina Board of Examiners for Speech 
Pathologists and Aiidiologists intends to adopt rules cited as 21 
NCAC 64 .0209, .1001 - .1005. Notice of Rule -making 
Proceedings was published in the Register on March 3, 1997. 

Proposed Effective Date: Jidy 1. 1998 

A Public Hearing will be conducted at 1:00p.m. on September 
19. 1997 at the Greensboro /High Point Marriott Hotel, 
Piedmont Triad International Airport, 1 Marriott Drive, 
Greensboro. NC 27409. 

Reason for Proposed Action: To adopt rules mandated by 
G. S. 90-298. 1 as to registered assistants and to provide for the 
maintenance of adequate treatment records. 

Comment Procedures: Written comments concerning this 
nde-making action must be submitted by November 3, 1997 to 
the North Carolina Board of Examiners for Speech and 
Language Pathologists and Audiologists at P.O. Box 16885, 
Greensboro. NC 27416-0885. 

Fiscal Note: These Rules do not affect the expenditures or 
revenues of state or local government funds. These Rules do 
not have a substantial economic impact of at least five million 
dollars ($5,000,000) in a 12-month period. 

SECTION .0200 - INTERPRETATIVE RULES 

.0209 ADEQUACY OF RECORDS 

(a) The definition of "adequate records of professional 
ser\ices" required to be maintained by Rule .0303(4) shall 
include: 

The full name of the patient: 
The nature of the service provided: 
The date services were provided: 
The identification of the person providing the 
service: 
(5) The identification of the person preparing or signing 
the record if not by the person pro\'iding the service. 

(b) Corrections shall be made by drawing a single line 
through the error without obliterating the error and shall be 
initialed by the person making the correction. 

(c) Records of professional services rendered shall be 
maintained for a minimum period of three years. 

Authority- G.S. 90-304(a)(3). 

SECTION .1000-REQUIREMENTS FOR 



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THE USE OF SPEECH-LANGUAGE 

PATHOLOGY ASSISTANTS IN DIRECT 

SERVICE DELIVERY IN NORTH CAROLINA 

.1001 DEFINITIONS 

(a) Board: the North Carolina Board of Examiners for 
Speech and Language Pathologists and Audiologists. 

(b) Licensee: an individual who holds a current permanent 
license in speech-language pathology from the North Carolina 
Board of E.xaminers for Speech and Language Pathologists and 
Audiologists. 

(1) Primary Supervising Licensee: the Licensee who 
supervises the majority of the Assistant's work, who 
is responsible for the Assistant's registration with the 
Board, and who bears the responsibility for all 
supervision requirements and of notifying the Board 
of any changes in registration information. 

(2) Secondary Supervising Licensee: a Licensee who 
may supervise the Assistant in tlie absence of the 
Primary Supervising Licensee to cover variations in 
work hours. 

(c) Assistant: a Speech-Language Pathology Assistant who 
is registered by a Primary Supervising Licensee with the Board. 

(d) Treatment Protocol: a written session plan clearly 
describing specific procedures for all treatment tasks, including: 

(1) the eliciting conditions. 

(2) the target behavior(s). and 

(3) the consequences of target behaviors 

(e) Registration: the process through which an Assistant is 
approved by the Board to work with a Licensee to provide 
services to tlie public. 

Authority G.S. 90-298.1; 90-304(a)(3). 

.1002 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 

(a) For registration. Assistants must present: 

(1) evidence of successful completion of an Associate's 
Degree in Speech-Language Pathology Assistin g 
from an accredited institution of higher learning, 
community college, or equivalent program: or 

(2) evidence of successful completion of a Bachelor's 
Degree from an accredited institution as well as 
evidence of successful completion of tlie following 
Speech-Language Assisting curriculum courses 
developed by die li C Department of Community 
Colleges: 

Introduction to Speech-Language Pathology 

(SLP III OT equivalent). 

SLP Office Procedures (SLP 120 or 

equivalent). 

Disorders and Treatment I (SLP 211 or 

equivalent). 

Disorders and Treatment II (SLP 212 or 

equivalent). 

Assistive Technology (SLP 220 or equivalent), 

SLP Field Work (SLP 230 or equivalent). 

SLP Field Work Seminar (SLP 231 or 



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equivalent). 
(3) a passing score on a competency test approved by the 
Board. 

(b) Authority to approve the curriculum or the equivalent 
courses for speech-language pathology assistants is vested in the 
Board of Examiners. 

(c) A Licensee, who is employed full-time (30 hours/week 
or more), may register to be primary supervisor of no more 
than two Assistants at any one time. A Licensee who is 
employed part-time (less than 30 hours/week) may register to 
supervise no more than one Assistant at any oiie time. The 
Primary Supervising Licensee shall be responsible for assuring 
compliance with the registration process, these rules, and with 
ethical standards. Secondary Supervising Licensees may also 
be registered to supervise the Assistant, allowing for flexibility 
in scheduling. 

(d) The Primary Supervising Licensee must keep the Board 
appraised of any changes in registration information. 

(1) Changes of supervising licensee(s) will require prior 
written approval of the Board and should be 
requested in writing at least 10 days prior to the 
effective date. 

(2) Changes that do not directly relate to patient care, 
such as change of address, must be reported to the 
Board in writing within 10 business days of the 
effective change. 

(e) The Primary Supervising Licensee shall remit to the 
Board an annual registration fee for the Assistant in an amount 
established by the Board. 

Authority G.S. 90-298.1; 90-304(a)(3). 

.1003 LICENSEE REQUIREMENTS 

(a) Licensees who register an Assistant must have held a 
current, permanent license in North Carolina for two years or 
equivalent qualifications from another state. Temporary license 
holders may not register Assistants. 

(b) Licensees who register an Assistant must demonstrate 
understanding of the basic elements of the registration and 
supervision process (scope of practice, ethics, written 
protocols, record keeping), and satisfactorily complete a 
knowledge demonstration on the registration/supervision 
process. 

(c) Licensees must submit the application and annual fee for 
registration of the Assistant to the Board. 

(d) Licensees must assure that patients are informed when 
services are being provided by an Assistant. 

(1) The Assistant must wear a badge that includes the j ob 
title: "Speech Pathology Assistant". 

(2) When services are to be rendered by an Assistant. 
the patient or family must be informed in writing. 
This notification form must be kept on file in the 
patient's chart, indicating the patient's name and date 
notified. 

(e) Tasks that are within the scope of responsibilities for an 
Assistant are listed in Rules .1004. and .1005 of this Section. 



The standards for all patient services provided by the Assistant 
are the full responsibility of thie Supervising Licensee and 
carmot be delegated. Therefore, the assignment of tasks and 
the amount and type of supervision must be determined by the 
Supervising Licensee to ensure quality of care, considering the 
skills of the Assistant, needs of the patient, the service-setting, 
the tasks assigned, and other relevant factors. 

(1) Before assigning a treatment task to an Assistant, the 
Licensee must have first evaluated the patient, 
written a general treatment plan, and provided the 
Assistant with a written session protocol specifying 
the eliciting conditions (A), the target behavior (B). 
and the contingent response (C) for patient behaviors. 

(2) The Supervising Licensee must document the 
Assistant's reliable and effective application of the 
treatment protocol with each patient. Each time a 
new protocol is introduced, the Supervising Licensee 
must assure and document that the Assistant is 
utilizing all three protocol elements (A. R, C) 
effectively. 

(3) For every patient encounter (screening or treatment) 
in which an Assistant provides service, there must be 
clearly legible signatures of the Assistant and one 
Supervising Licensee. 

(4) These signed and dated patient encounter records 
must be retained as part of the patient's file for the 
time period specified in Rule .0209 of this Chapter 
and may be requested by the Board. 

(5) The Board may do random audits of records to 
determine compliance with its rules. 

(6) When patient services are being rendered by an 
Assistant, the Supervising Licensee must be 
accessible to tlie Assistant in order to assure that 
direct observation and supervision can occur when 
necessary. 

(f) The Primary Supervising Licensee will assess the 
Assistant's competencies during the initial 60 days of 
employment using a competency checklist approved by the 
Board. The completed checklist will be submitted to tlie Board 
within 90 davs of registration. A new competency checklist 
must be completed and filed within 90 days each time the 
Primary Supervising Licensee changes. 

(g) Any attempt to engage in those activities and 
responsibilities reserved solely for the Supervising Licensee 
will be regarded as the unlicensed practice of speech-language 
pathology and, as such, is subject to the jurisdiction of the 
Board of Examiners. 

Authority G.S. 90-298.1; 90-304(a)(3). 

. 1 004 AUTHORIZED TASKS OF SPEECH- 
LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY ASSISTANTS 

(a) Direct Patient Services: 
(1) Obtaining case histories from patients and/or families 
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(2) Administering speech-language screening protocols. 
as directed by the supervising speech-language 
pathologist. These screening procedures, including 
tests and checklists or parts of tests and checkJists. 
will have the purpose of determining the need for 
further (diagnostic) testing by the supervising speech- 
language pathologist and must meet the following 
criteria: 

(A) Have unambiguous administration protocols 
and methods. 

Consist of test items which require no more 
than a binary judgment (i.e.. yes-no. present- 
absent). 

Require no more than a specifically-elicited 
single response. 

Require no clinical interpretation by the 
assistant. 

(3) Administering therapeutic protocols, provided that all 
of the following criteria are met: 

(A) Supervision provided by the supervising 
speech-language pathologist(s) according to 
the supervision standards of the rules. 

(B) Utilizing appropriate stimuli according to a 
specified protocol determined by the 
supervising speech-language pathologist(s). 

(C) Recording specific target behaviors. 

(D) Reinforcing the patient's responses 
appropriately following a specified protocol 

(E) Providing appropriate cues following a 
specified protocol when the patient does not 
produce a correct response. 

(F) Summarizing observations of the patient's 
performance for the supervising speech- 
language pathologist(s>. 

(4) Tabulating/scoring screening results. target 
behaviors, and performance data. 

(5) Managing the behavior of patients using behavioral 
management techniques, as directed by the 
supervising speech-language pathologist, to establish 
and maintain appropriate social interaction and 
motivation/attention to task. 

(6) Preparing or positioning patients for evaluation or 
treatment following specific guidelines of the 
supervising speech-language pathologist and of the 
facility. 

(1) Communicating with patients, families, and 
professionals in order to respond appropriately and 
effectively to patient/family emotional needs and to 
alert the speech-language pathologist of any problems 
which may affect treatment outcomes or service 
quality. 

(8) Documenting written/verbal communication with 
patients, parents, families and educational or medical 
personnel on the above or related management 
issues, as directed by the supervising speech- 
language pathologist. 

(9) Direct patient services for evaluation are not within 



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the approved scope of responsibilities for assistants. 
Demonstration projects will be authorized by the 
Board to develop safe and effective swallowing 
protocols for speech-language pathology assistants, 
(b) Indirect Patient Services: 
(1) Organizing and managing patient data and patient 
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sequence (e.g.. chronologically). 

Listing missing information. 

Confirming, obtaining, and documenting 

orders/permissions. 

Obtaining patient records from external 

agencies. 

Recording patient information from medical or 

educational records. 

Compiling session-to-session data and 

compiling/comparing outcome data. 

Tallying scores on standardized and criterion- 
referenced tests which require no clinical 

interpretation by the assistant. 

Calculating/determining percentages. 

frequencies, averages, percentiles, standard 

scores, etc. from raw data or reference 

manuals. 

Graphing performance data. 

Providing a clear, legible record of 

patient/client performance. 

Administering and profiling patient satisfaction 

measurements. 

Assigning/verifying communication disorder 

and procedure codes. 

Scheduling/confirming patent appointments. 

Recording treatment and procedure times. 
Transporting or escorting patients to/from the testing 
or therapy area. 

Arrangin g the clinical or treatment setting to 
maintain a safe and positive environment by 
providing appropriate seating, providing age- 
appropriate and culturally appropriate material or 
toys, and adjusting light and temperature. 

(A) Creating materials and/or games to be used 
during therapy. 

(B) Assisting patients/families to obtain and 
organize materials needed for treatment 
programs. 

Managing. operating. programming. and/or 
monitoring clinical equipment and materials, 
including the following: 

2. Assistive listening devices 

; Augmentative communication devices 

; Voice equipment 

; Audio recording equipment 

; Other audiovisual equipment 

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(B) Setting up other clinical equipment or 
materials for tasks. 

(C) Verifying safety status of equipment. 

(D) Maintaining equipment records. 

(5) Cleaning equipment, reusable materials, and 
treatment/work areas using appropriate infection 
control procedures. 

(6) Adhering to the principles of universal precautions 
when providing services to patients/clients. 

(c) Requirements For Providing Services Ethically and 
Responsiblv: 

(1) Maintaining patient confidentiality and security of 
patient records. 

Respecting the rights and dignity of all individuals. 
Reporting any workplace conduct which appears to 
be unethical or illegal to the supervising speech- 
language pathologist and/or to the Board of 
Examiners. 

Requesting assistance from the supervising speech- 
language pathologist, as needed, in order to ensure 
continuous service quality. 

Observing universal precautions and safety 
procedures. 

Releasing patients only to the care of appropriate 
caregivers. 

(d) Participating in Research Activities: 
(1) Categorizing task-related materials. 

Obtaining parent/patient permission forms. 
Conducting computer and literature searches. 
Encoding and analyzing data. 
Establishing reliability. 
Filing research information. 

(e) Administrative and Clerical Tasks: 

( 1) Operating office equipment such as word processors, 
copying machines, laminating machines, fax 
machines, telephone and voice mail, e-mail, etc. 

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(5) Ordering and maintaining supplies and materials. 

(6) Organizing and filing patient handouts and 
educational material. 

(7) Verifying insurance coverage, filing insurance 
claims, and following up on denied claims. 

Authority G.S. 90-298.1; 90-304(a)(3). 



.1005 SUPERVISION AND CONTINUING 
COMPETENCE REQUIREMENTS 

(a) Discussing job expectations with the supervising speech- 
language pathologistts) and having mumal imderstanding of job 
scope and specific responsibilities. 

(b) Participating in a specified amount of supervised training 
according to a written plan for all tests and clinical equipment 
which will be used for assessment and treatment. 

(c) Participating in a specified amotint of supervised training 
according to a written plan in order to ensure correct use of 
treatment procedures and to demonstrate competent application 
of new treatment protocols (for example, whenever the 
stimulus, the target behavior, or the consequencets) is 
changed). 

(d) Receiving regular, formal employment evaluations on a 
scheduled basis from the supervising speech-language 
pathologist(s) to assess one's performance, strengths, and 
weaknesses and to establish development goals for continuous 
performance improvement. 

(e) Requesting assistance, additional instruction, and/or 
additional supervision from the supervising speech-language 
pathologist, when needed. 

£fl Participating in various types of educational activities in 
order to enhance skill and knowledge, as assigned by the 
supervising speech-language pathologist. 

(g) Reading information assigned by the supervising speech- 
language pathologist. 

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The Codifier of Rules has entered the following temporary ride{s) in the North Carolina Administrative Code. Pursuant to 
G.S. 150B-21.](e), publication of a temporary rule in the North Carolina Register serx'es as a notice of rule-making 
proceedings unless this notice has been previously published by the agency. 



TITLE ISA - DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT, 
HEALTH, AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

Rule-making Agency: Marine Fisheries Commission 

Rule Citation: 15A NCAC 3M .0503 

Effective Date: August 18. 1997 

Findings Reviewed and approved by: Beecher Gray 

Authority for the rule-maWng: G.S. 113-134; 113-182; 113- 
221: 143B-289.4 

A Public Hearing Mill be conducted at 7:00 p.m. on the 

following dates and at the following locations: 

September 18, 1997 - Duke University Marine Lab Auditorium, 

Fivers Island. Beaufort 

October 2, 1997 - Brunswick Electric, Highway 17, Supply 

October 8, 1997 - Chowan County Courthouse. 101 South 

Broad St. . Edenton 

October 9, 1997 - NC Aquarium. Airport Road. Manteo 

October 16, 1997 - Archdale Building, Ground Floor Hearing 

Room, 512 North Salisbury St. , Raleigh 

Reason for Proposed Action: Amendment tt2 to the Fishery 
Management Plan for the Summer Flounder Fishery contains a 
provision which allows for annual adjustments of several 
requirements in the plan with the intent of meeting established 
conser\'ation goals. Included m these adjustments are changes 
in size limits, bag limits, seasons, mesh sizes, and quotas. The 
joint Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission Summer 
Flounder Board - Mid-Atlantic Fisheries Management Council 
Demersal Committee, during its September 17 - 19, 1996. 
meeting, amended the minimum size limits for the summer 
flounder fishery. These changes became an Atlantic States 
Marine Fisheries Commission compliance requirement effective 
March 1. 1997. Compliance with requirements of Fisheries 
Management Plans are required by the Atlantic Coastal Fishery 
Cooperative Management Act. 

Comment Procedures: Comments and statements, both 
written and oral, may be presented at the hearings. Written 
comments are encouraged and may be submitted to the Marine 
Fisheries Commission, PC Box 769, Morehead City, NC 28557. 
These written and oral comments must be received no later than 
November 1, 1997. Oral presentation lengths may be limited, 
depending on the number of people that wish to speak at the 
public hearings. 

CHAPTER 3 - MARINE nSHERIES 



SUBCHAPTER 3M - FINFISH 
SECTION .0500 - OTHER FINFISH 

.0503 FLOUNDER 

(a) It is unlawful to possess flounde r flounder: 

(1) Less less than 13 inches in length, taken from 
internal waters: 

(2) Less than 14 inches in len gth taken from the Atlantic 
Ocean with commercial fishing equipment or by 
hook-and-line or gig if claiming the exemption 
specified in Paragraph (f) of this Rule: 

(3) Less than 14'/: inches in length taken from the 
Atlantic Ocean by hook-and-line or gig. 

(b) Between October 1 and April 30, it shall be unlawful to 
use a trawl in the Atlantic Ocean within three miles of the 
ocean beach from the North Carolina/Virginia state line (35° 
33' N) to Cape Lookout (34° 36' N) unless each trawl has a 
cod end (tailbag) mesh length greater than 5 '/: inches diamond 
mesh (stretched) or 6 inches square mesh (stretched) applied 
throughout the cod end for at least 75 continuous meshes 
forward of the terminus (end) of the net, or the terminal one- 
third portion of a net, measured from the terminus of the cod 
end to the head rope for cod ends with less than 75 meshes, 
except as provided in Paragraphs £h) aiid (i) and (j) of this 
Rule. 

(c) License to Land Flounder from the Atlantic Ocean: 

(1) It is unlawful to land more than 100 pounds per trip 
of flounder taken from the Atlantic Ocean unless the 
vessel has been issued a License to Land Floimder 
from the Atlantic Ocean. 

(2) It is unlawful for a fish dealer to purchase or offload 
more than 100 pounds of flounder taken from the 
Atlantic Ocean by a vessel that has not first procured 
a valid North Carolina License to Land Flounder 
from the Atlantic Ocean. 

(3) To qualify for a North Carolina License to Land 
Flounder from the Atlantic Ocean, a vessel shall 
have: 

(A) been licensed imder G.S. 113-152 or 113-153 
during any two of the 1992-93, 1993-94, or 
1994-95 license years, and 

(B) landed in North Carolina at least 1,(X)0 pounds 
of flounder each year from the Atlantic Ocean 
during any two of the 1992-93, 1993-94, or 
1994-95 license years for which the vessel was 
licensed to land in North Carolina. 

(4) At least 10 days prior to issuance, applicants for the 
license shall complete an application form provided 
by the Division of Marine Fisheries and submit it to 
the North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries, 
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Morehead City, North Carolina 28557. The 
following information is required: 

(A) Valid documentation papers or current motor 
boat registration or copy thereof; 

(B) Proof of required licenses and flounder 
landings data for that vessel during the years 
the vessel was licensed. 

Licenses shall be issued to qualifying vessels at no 
fee and only from the Morehead City Office of the 
Division of Marine Fisheries. 

(5) Licenses may only be transferred: 

(A) with the transfer of the ownership of a vessel 
holding a License to Land Flounder from the 
Atlantic Ocean to the new owner of that 
vessel, or 

(B) by the owner of a vessel to another vessel 
under the same ownership. The vessel owner 
is only eligible for the same number of 
Licenses to Land Flounder from the Atlantic 
Ocean for which his boats qualify, 

(C) any transfer of license under this Paragraph 
must be facilitated through the Division of 
Marine Fisheries Morehead City Office only. 

(6) It is unlawful for any individual to land flounder 
from the Atlantic Ocean without having ready at 
hand for inspection a valid License to Land Flounder 
from the Atlantic Ocean, except as specified in 
Subparagraph (c)(1) of this Rule. 

(7) Suspension or Revocation: 

(A) A License to Land Floimder from the Atlantic 
Ocean issued under this Rule shall be subject 
to suspension or revocation pursuant to the 
provisions of 15A NCAC 3P, except that this 
license shall be subject to revocation pursuant 
to the provisions of G.S. 113-166 when the 
licensee is convicted of a criminal offense 
within the jurisdiction of the Department 
luider the provisions of Subchapter IV of G.S. 
113, or of the rules of the Marine Fisheries 
Commission adopted under the authority of 
that Subchapter. 

(B) The Division may commence proceedings 
under 15A NCAC 3P, for suspension or 
revocation of a License to Land Floimder from 
the Atlantic Ocean if it finds: 

(i) the license was obtained by providing 
any false information or willfully 
omitting required information when the 
information is material to the securing 
of the license; or 

(ii) the license was falsified, fraudulently 
altered, or counterfeited; or 

(iii) the licensee practices any fraud or 
deception designed to evade the 
provisions of this Rule or reasonable 
administrative directives made under 



the authority of this Rule or G.S. 113- 
182(b)(3). 
(d) It is unlawful to transfer flounder taken from the Atlantic 
Ocean from one vessel to another. 

(c) It is unlawful to p ossess flounde r less than 14 inches total 

length taken by hook-and-linc o r gig f r om the Atlantic Ocean. 

£e} ff) It is unlawful to possess more than K) 8 flounder per 

person per day taken by hook-and-line or gig from the Atlantic 

Ocean. 

(f) (^ Persons with a vessel endorsement to sell or a 
nonvessel endorsement to sell are exempt from the possession 
limit in Paragraphs (a)(3) and (e) and (f) of this Rule. 

(g) th) Tailbag liners of any mesh size, the multiple use of 
two or more cod ends, or other netting material that in any way 
could restrict the legal size mesh required by this Rule, shall 
not be used or possessed on the deck of a vessel in the Atlantic 
Ocean between October 1 and April 30 from the North 
Carolina/Virginia state line (36° 33' N) to Cape Lookout (34° 
36' N). 

(h) (t) Trawls with a cod end mesh size smaller than 
described in Paragraph (b) of this Rule may be used or 
possessed on the deck of a vessel provided not more than 100 
pounds of flounder per trip from May 1 through October 3 1 or 
more than 200 pounds from November 1 through April 30 is 
possessed aboard or landed from that vessel. 

lU iji Flynets are exempt from the flounder trawl mesh 
requirements if they meet the following defmition: 

( 1 ) The net has large mesh in the wings that measure 8 
inches to 64 inches; 

(2) The first body section (belly) of the net has 35 or 
more meshes that are at least 8 inches; and 

(3) The mesh decreases in size throughout the body of 
the net to as small as 2 inches or smaller towards the 
terminus of the net. 

(ii fk) Season. 

(1) The North Carolina season for landing ocean-caught 
flounder shall open January 1 each year. If 70 
percent of the quota allocated to North Carolina in 
accordance with the joint Mid-Atlantic Fisheries 
Management Council-Atlantic States Marine 
Fisheries Commission Fishery Management Plan for 
Summer Flounder is projected to be taken, the 
Fisheries Director shall, by proclamation, close 
North Carolina ports to landing of flounder taken 
from the ocean. 

(2) The season for landing floimder taken in the Atlantic 
Ocean shall reopen November 1 if any of the quota 
allocated to North Carolina in accordance with the 
joint Mid-Atlantic Fisheries Management Council- 
Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission Fishery 
Management Plan for Summer Flounder remains. If 
after reopening, 100 percent of the quota allocated to 
North Carolina in accordance with the joint Mid- 
Atlantic Fisheries Management Council-Atlantic 
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to be taken prior to the end of the calendar year, the 

Fisheries Director shall, by proclamation, close 

North Carolina ports to landing of flounder taken 

from the ocean. 

(3) During any closed season prior to November 1, 

vessels may land up to 100 pounds of flounder per 

trip taken from the Atlantic Ocean. The season for 

landing flounder taken in the Atlantic Ocean shall 

reopen November 1 . 

(k) (f) The Fisheries Director may, by proclamation, 

establish trip limits for the taking of flounder from the Atlantic 

Ocean to assure that the individual state quota allocated to 

North Carolina in the joint Mid-Atlantic Fisheries Management 

Council-Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission Fishery 

Management Plan for Summer Flounder is not exceeded. 

History Note: Filed as a Temporary Amendment Eff. 

November 1, 1995 for a period of 180 days or until the 

permanent nde becomes effective, whichever is sooner; 

Authority G.S. 113-134: 113-182; 113-221; 143B-289.4; 

Eff. January 1. 1991; 

Amended Eff. March 1. 1996: February 1. 1992; 

Temporary Amendment Eff. December 23, 1996; 

Amended Eff. April 1. 1997; 

Temporary Amendment Eff. August 18. 1997. 



TITLE 16 - DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC 
EDUCATION 

Rule-making Agency: State Board of Education 

Rule Citation: 16 NCA C 6E . 0105 

Effective Date: August 18. 1997 

Findings Reviewed and Approved by: Beecher R. Gray 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 115C-364(d); NC Const. 
Art. rx. sec. 5 

Reason for Proposed Action: The State Board of Education 
is required to issue guidelines for principals to follow in 
determining whether to enroll certain four-year-old children to 
kindergarten pursuant to G.S. 115C-364(d), which became 
effective July 3, 1997. Principals must make decisions within 
the first month of school, beginning with the 1997-98 school 
year. 

Comment Procedures: Comments, statements, and other 
information nuiy be submitted in writing within 60 days after the 
publication date in the North Carolina Register. Copies of the 
temporary nde may be obtained by contacting Harry E. Wilson. 
Room 2086 Education Bldg.. 301 N. Wilmington St., Raleigh, 
NC 27601-2825. Written comments may also be submitted to 
Mr. Wilson by mail or by FAX at (919) 715-1307. 



CHAPTER 6 - ELEMENTARY AND 
SECONDARY EDUCATION 

SUBCHAPTER 6E - STUDENTS 

SECTION .0100 -ATTENDANCE 

.0105 EARLY ADMISSION TO KINDERGARTEN 

(a) To determine the eligibility of a four-year-old child to 
enter kindergarten pursuant to the provisions of G.S. 1 15C- 
364(d). the principal shall confer with a committee of 
professional educators to consider for each child the following 
factors: 

(1) Student Aptitude. The child shall be precocious in 
academic and social development and shall score at 
the 99th percentile on a standard individual test of 
intelligence such as the Stanford-Binet. The Wechsler 
Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence, or any 
other comparable tests administered by a licensed 
psychologist. 

(2) Achievement. The child shall be functioning from 
two to three years beyond the child's peers. The 
child shall score at the 99th percentile on a standard 
test of achievement such as the Metropolitan 
Readiness Test, the Stanford Early School 
Achievement Test. The Mini Batterv of 
Achievement, the Test of Early Mathematics Ability 
(TEMA) paired with the Test of Early Reading 
Ability (TERA). or any other comparable test 
administered by a licensed psychologist. 

(3) Performance. The child shall be able to perform 
tasks well above age peers as evidenced by behaviors 
such as independent reading, problem solving skills, 
advanced vocabulary, and some writing fluency. The 
parent shall submit a sample of the child's work that 
shows outstanding examples of ability in any area 
including, but not limited to. art, mathematics, 
writing, dramatic play, creative productions, science. 
or social interactions. 

(4) Observable Student Behavior/Student Interest. The 
parent shall provide two recommendation letters with 
specific documentation of physical and social 
maturity from preschool teachers, child care 
workers, pediatricians, or others who have direct 
knowledge of the child. Useful documentation 
checklists include the California Preschool 
Competency Scale, the Harrison Scale, or any other 
comparable scale of early social development. 

(5) Motivation/Student Interest. The principal shall 
conduct an informal interview with the child and a 
more structured interview with the parent to 
determine if the child displays a thirst for knowledge 
and seeks new and challenging learning situations. 

(b) The parent shall present the information required by this 
Rule to the principal within the first 30 calendar days of the 
school's instructional year. The principal shall decide whether 
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after receiving this information. The principal may 
conditionally enroll the child for up to ninety days in order to 
observe whether the child is able to adjust to the school setting. 
If the principal determines that the child has not adjusted to the 
school setting, the principal shall deny the request for 
enrollment. 



(c) LEAs may require parents to supply information in 
addition to that required by this Rule. LEAs may also require 
specific tests or other measures to provide information relating 
to the factors listed in Paragraph (a) of this Rule. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 115C-364(d); N.C. 

Constitution, Article DC, Sec. 5; 

Filed as a Temporary Adoption Eff. August 18. 1997. 



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434 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION 



1 his Section contains the agenda for the next meeting of the Rules Review Commission on Thursday. September 18. 1997. 
10:00 a.m. . at 1307 Glenwood Ave. . Assembly Room. Raleigh, NC. Anyone wishing to submit written comment on any rule 
before the Commission should submit those comments to the RRC staff, the agency, and the individual Commissioners by 
Monday. September 15. 1997. m 5:00 p.m. Specific instructions and cuidresses mciy be obtained from the Rules Review 
Commission at 919-733-2721. Anyone wishing to address the Commission should notify the RRC staff and the agency at 
least 24 hours prior to the meeting. 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION MEMBERS 



Appointed by Senate 

Philip O. Redwine - Chairman 

Vernice B. Howard 

Teresa L. Smallwood 

Charles H. Henrv 



Appointed by House 

Bill Graham - Vice Chairman 

James Mallory, III 

Paul Powell 

Anita White 



RLXES REMEW COALMISSION MEETLNG DATES 



September 18. 1997 
October 16, 1997 



November 20, 
December 18, 



1997 
1997 



MEETING DATE: SEPTEMBER 18, 1997 

LOG OF FILINGS 

RULES SUBMITTED: JULY 20, 1997 THROUGH AUGUST 20, 1997 



AGENCV/DIVISION 



RLXE NAME 



DHR/DIVISION OF MEDICAL ASSISTANCE 

Medicaid Criteria 
Personal Care Services 



Purpose 

Definitions 

Duties & Responsibilities 

Duties & Requirements 

Duties & Requirements 

Classification 

Qualifications for Exam 

Application Form 

Application Procedures 

Exam Procedures 

Renewal of Certification 

Revocation 

Recertification 

Who May Assess 

When Assessable 

Standards 

Assessment 

Payment and Hearing 

Referrals 



RLXE 




ACTION 


10 NCAC 26B 


0113 


Amend 


10 NCAC 26H 


.0506 


Amend 


OR CERTinCATION C 


OMMISSK 


15A NCAC 8F 


.0101 


Adopt 


15A NCAC 8F 


.0102 


Adopt 


15A NCAC 8F 


.0201 


Adopt 


15A NCAC 8F 


.0202 


Adopt 


15A NCAC 8F 


.0203 


Adopt 


15A NCAC 8F 


.0301 


Adopt 


15A NCAC 8F 


.0401 


Adopt 


15A NCAC 8F 


.0402 


Adopt 


15A NCAC 8F 


.0403 


Adopt 


15A NCAC 8F 


.0404 


Adopt 


15A NCAC 8F 


.0405 


Adopt 


15A NCAC 8F 


.0406 


Adopt 


15A NCAC 8F 


.0407 


Adopt 


15A NCAC 8F 


.0501 


Adopt 


15A NCAC 8F 


.0502 


Adopt 


15A NCAC 8F 


.0503 


Adopt 


15A NCAC 8F 


.0504 


Adopt 


15A NCAC 8F 


.0505 


Adopt 


15A NCAC 8F 


.0506 


Adopt 



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RULES REVIEW COMMISSION 



DEHNR/WILDLIFE RESOURCES COMMISSION 



No Wake Zone 


15A NCAC lOF .0308 


Amend 


No Wake Zone 


15A NCAC lOF .0330 


Amend 


No Wake Zone 


15A NCAC lOF .0339 


Amend 


STATE BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS 






Exam Fee 


21 NCAC 16B .0303 


Amend 


Applications 


21 NCAC 161 .0001 


Amend 


Continuing Education 


21 NCAC 161 .0002 


Amend 


Approved Courses 


21 NCAC 161 .0003 


Amend 


Penalty for Late Filing 


21 NCAC 161 .0006 


Amend 


Dentists 


21 NCAC 16M .0001 


Amend 


Primary Source 


21 NCAC 16M .0003 


Adopt 


Continuing Education Required 


21 NCAC 16R .0001 


Amend 


Exemption 


21 NCAC 16R .0004 


Amend 



NC BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN OPTOMETRY 

Written Exam 



21 NCAC 423 .0107 



Amend 



STATE PERSONNEL COMMISSION 






Career Growth 


25 NCAC ID .2501 


Amend 


Employees Eligible 


25 NCAC ID .2503 


Amend 


Effective Date 


25 NCAC ID .2504 


Amend 


Cost-of-Living Adjustment 


25 NCAC ID .2505 


Amend 


Employees Eligible 


25 NCAC ID .2507 


Amend 


Effective Date 


25 NCAC ID .2508 


Amend 


Performance Bonus 


25 NCAC ID .2509 


Amend 


Employees Eligible 


25 NCAC ID .2511 


Amend 


Basis for Awarding 


25 NCAC ID .2513 


Amend 


Final Disciplinary Procedure 


25 NCAC ID .2514 


Amend 


Administration 


25 NCAC IE .0705 


Amend 


Use of Leave 


25 NCAC IE .0707 


Amend 


Return to Work 


25 NCAC IE .0709 


Amend 



RULES REVIEW OBJECTIONS 



ADMINISTRATION 



State Construction 

1 NCAC 30G .0102 ' Policy 
No Response from Agency 
Agency Revised Rule 

1 NCAC 30G .0104 - General Procedures 

No Response from Agency 
Agency Revised Rule 

AGRICULTURE 

2 NCAC 43F .0003 - Standards for Receptacles: Labeling: Etc. (Recodified to .0103) 

Agency Revised Rule 
2 NCAC 43H .0007 - Special Requirements (Recodified to .0107) 
Agency Revised Rule 



RRC Objection 


03/20/97 




04/17/97 


Obj. Removed 


05/15/97 


RRC Objection 


03/20/97 




04/17/97 


Obj. Removed 


05/15/97 


RRC Objection 


05/15/97 


Obj. Removed 


06/19/97 


RRC Objection 


05/15/97 


Obj. Removed 


06/19/97 



ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH, AND NATURAL RESOURCES 



Environmental Management 



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436 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION 



ISA NCAC 2H .0225 - Conditions for Issuing General Permits 

Marine Fisheries 

ISA NCAC 30 .0101 - License Agents 
Agency Revised Rule 

N.C. HOUSING FINANCE AGENCY 

24 NCAC IP .0103 - Types of Assistance 



RRC Objection 


07/17/97 


RRC Objection 


04/17/97 


Obj. Removed 


05/15/97 


RRC Objection 


07/17/97 



HUMAN RESOURCES 



Facility Services 

W NCAC 3R .3033 - Open Heart Surgery Services Need Determinations (Rev. Cat. H) 



RRC Objection 


01/16/97 


Obj. Cont'd 


02/20/97 


Obj. Cont'd 


03/20/97 


Obj. Cont'd 


06/19/97 


Obj. Cont'd 


07/17/97 



JUSTICE 



Criminal Justice Education & Training Standards Commission 

12 NCAC 9B .0102 - Background Investigation 
Agency Revised Rule 



RRC Objection 
Obj. Removed 



04/17/97 
05/15/97 



TRANSPORTATION 



Division of Highways 

I9A NCAC 2B .0164- Use of Right of Way Consultants 



RRC Objection 



07/17/97 



437 



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September 2, 1997 



12:5 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



1 his Section contains the full text of some of the more significant Administrative Law Judge decisions along with an index 
to all recent contested cases decisions which are filed under North Carolina's Administrative Procedure Act. Copies of the 
decisions listed in the index and not published are available upon request for a minimal charge by contacting the Office of 
Administrative Hearings, (919) 733-2698. 



OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS 

Chief Administrative Law Judge 

JULIAN MANN, III 

Senior Administrative Law Judge 
FRED G. MORRISON JR. 

ADMINISTRATIVE LA W JUDGES 



Brenda B. Becton 
Sammie Chess Jr. 
Beecher R. Gray 



Meg Scott Phipps 

Robert Roosevelt Reilly Jr. 

Dolores O. Smith 



AGENCY 



ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL COMMISSION 

Michael's Mini Mart v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Everetie Craig Hornbuckle v- Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Saleh Ahmed All Futhah v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Fast Fare. Inc. 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Paradise landing. Inc- 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission v. Altaf Hussain 
Daniel Gary Ledbetter v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 

CORRECTION 

David M. Boone v. Correction. Div. of Prison Admin- Remedy Procedure 

CRIME CONTROL AND PIFBLIC SAFETY 

Delia Sherrod v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 
Rodney P- Hodge v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 
Billy Steen v. Crime Victims Compensation Commission 
Clifford R. Pulley V- Crime Victims Compensation Commission 

ENVIRONMENT. HEALTH, AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

Linda Collie v. Lenoir County Healdi Department 

Leroy Anderson v County of Moore Department of Health 

EH. Garner v New Hanover Health Department 

Peter D. McDowell, Sr. v. New Hanover Health Department 

Riggings Homeowners Assoc. Inc v. Environment. Health. & Natural Res. 

John Ronald Taylor v Environment. Health. & Natural Resources 

Rick Parker v Pitt County Health Dept./Mr. Ernie Nichols 

Maternal and Child Health 

Evan's Mini Mart v, EHNR. Maternal & Child Health. Nutrition Svcs Sec. 



CASE 




DATE OF 


PUBLISHED DECISION 


NUMBER 


AU 


DECISION 


REGISTER CITATION 


92 ABC 1601 


Gray 


08/18/97 




93 ABC 0987 


Gray 


08/18/97 




94 ABC 0264 


Gray 


08/18/97 




96 ABC 0483 


Morrison 


06/18/97 




97 ABC 0031 


Gray 


06/13/97 




97 ABC 0312 


Mann 


07/29/97 




97 ABC 0443 


Gray 


07/08/97 




97 DOC 0534 


Morrison 


06/16/97 




96 CPS 0300 


Chess 


07/18/97 




97 CPS 0449 


Reilly 


07/01/97 




97 CPS 0472 


Morrison 


07/23/97 




97 CPS 0523 


Gray 


08/06/97 




96 EHR 0264 


Becton 


07/16/97 




96 EHR 1969 


Morrison 


07/15/97 


12:03 NCR 223 


96 EHR 1972 


Gray 


08/07/97 




96 EHR 2075 


Gray 


08/07/97 




97 EHR 0263 


Reilly 


08/13/97 




97 EHR 0275 


Reilly 


06/09/97 




97 EHR 0470 


Phipps 


■ 07/01/97 




97 EHR 0599 


Phipps 


07/14/97 





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438 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 



CASE 
NamiBER 



ALJ 



DATE OF 
DECISION 



PLIBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



Solid Waste Management 

Loie J Priddy v. Division of Solid Waste Managemem. EHNR 



96EHR 1838 



Morrison 



97 DHR 0286 


Chess 


97 DHR 0407 


Reilly 


97 DHR 0658 


Reillv 


97 DHR 0900 


Reilly 


96 DHR 2061 


Chess 


97 DHR 0172 


Becton 


97 DHR 0459 


Phipps 


97 DHR 0465 


Gray 


97 DHR 0471 


Gray 


97 DHR 0521 


Mann 


97 DHR 0551 


Chess 


97 DHR 0559 


Gray 


97 DHR 0659 


Gray 


97 DHR 0723 


Chess 



Water Quality 

Caslle Hayne Steering Committee v EHNR, Division of Water Quality 96 EHR 1731 Mann 

and 
New Hanover County Water and Sewer District 



HUMAN RESOURCES 

Cindy G Geho v. Office of Administrative Hearings. R. Marcus Lodge 
Helen Wyman v. Department of Human Resources 
Ocelee Gibson v Department of Human Resources 
Rita Faircloth v Deparunent of Human Resources 

Division of Facility Services 

Ava McKinney v. DHR, Division of Facility Services 

Mercy Egbuleonu v. DHR. Facility Svcs. Health Care Personnel Reg. Sec. 

Kizzie Cooper v DHR, Facility Svcs. Health Care Personnel Registry Sec. 

Maggie J Barnhill v DHR. Facility Svcs. Health Care Pers. Reg. Sec. 

Emma Faison v. DHR. Division of Facility Services 

Patricia Addison v DHR. Facility Svcs. Health Care Personnel Reg. Sec. 

Claudia K. Thomerson v DHR. Facility Svcs. Health Care Pers. Reg Sec. 

Michelle R. Griffin v. DHR. Facility Svcs. Health Care Pers. Reg Sec. 

Jeri L. Anderson v Human Resources. Division of Facility Services 

Angela D Johnson v. DHR. Facility Svcs. Health Care Pers Reg. Sec. 

Cenificaie of Need Section 
Carolina Imaging. Inc/Fayetteville v. DHR. Facility Svcs. Cert/Need Sec 

and 
Cumberland Cty Hospital System. Inc.. d/b/a Cape Fear Valley Med. Ctr. 

Group Licensure Section 
Jeffreys Family Care #2 v DHR. Facility Svcs Group Licensure Section 

Division of Medical Assistance 

Bettye Parson/Tambra Parson v. DHR. Div. of Medical Assistance 

Division of Social Services 

Child Support Enforcement Section 
Dale P. Sprinkle v. Guilford Child Support Agency. Human Resources 
Steven Van Linker v Department of Human Resources 
Michael R Bryant v Department of Human Resources 
David Lee Chamblee Jr v Department of Human Resources 
Michael T Swann v. Department of Human Resources 
Ted Wayne L.amb v. Department of Human Resources 
Jeffrey Grainger v. Department of Human Resources 
Tollie Woods v. Department of Human Resources 
David N. Jarrett v. Deparunent of Human Resources 
Michael A Isom v. Department of Human Resources 
Justin M Woazeah, Sr v Department of Human Resources 
Calvin F Mizelle v. Department of Human Resources 
Tommy Lee Clark v Department of Human Resources 
Ander L Garfield v. Department of Human Resources 
lyjward Stuteville v. Department of Human Resources 
David Fraizer v Department of Human Resources 
David Fraizer v. Department of Human Resources 
David Hobson v Department of Human Resources 
David Scott Jordan v Department of Human Resources 
Lee R Jones v. Department of Human Resources 
Cecil Hall v Department of Human Resources 
Neil G McGilberry v Deparunent of Human Resources 
Dennis Larson v Department of Human Resources 
Eric L. Harrington v. Department of Human Resources 
Paul F. Gangemi, Sr v Department of Human Resources 
Scott M Rodriguez v Deparunent of Human Resources 
James Withers v Department of Human Resources 



96 DHR 1570 Phipps 



97 DHR 0259 Mann 



97 DHR 0656 Becton 



06/20/97 



06/30/97 



07/23/97 
08/08/97 
07/22/97 
08/15/97 



07/08/97 
07/16/97 
06/09/97 
07/30/97 
07/15/97 
07/25/97 
07/15/97 
07/30/97 
08/19/97 
08/06/97 



06/24/97 



06/17/97 



08/12/97 



12;02 NCR 103 



96CRA 1171 


Gray 


08/13/97 


96 CRA 1250»= 


Becton 


07/11/97 


96 CRA 1252 


Phipps 


08/11/97 


96 CRA 1281 


Morrison 


06/16/97 


96 CRA 1326 


Chess 


06/04/97 


96 CRA 1359 


Gray 


07/10/97 


96 CRA 1376 


Reilly 


08/14/97 


96 CRA 1348*' 


Morrison 


08/04/97 


96 CRA 1438 


Morrison 


07/10/97 


96 CRA 1450 


Becton 


07/11/97 


96 CRA 1452*' 


Chess 


07/22/97 


96 CRA 1476 


Chess 


07/07/97 


96 CRA 1477 


Phipps 


08/13/97 


96 CRA 1479*' 


Morrison 


07/15/97 


96 CRA 1507*" 


Mann 


08/13/97 


96 CRA 1519*'° 


Chess 


07/18/97 


96 CR.A 1520*"- 


Chess 


07/18/97 


96CR.'\ 1522*" 


Phipps 


07/24/97 


96 CR.A 1673 


Reilly 


07/18/97 


96 CRA 1720*' 


Phipps 


07/10/97 


96 CRA 1749*' 


Mann 


07/10/97 


96 CRA 1767*" 


Becton 


07/15/97 


96 CRA 1793 


Chess 


06/17/97 


96 CRA 1794 


Mann 


07/19/97 


96 CRA 1809 


Gray 


08/13/97 


96 CRA 1818"' 


Gray 


06/25/97 


96 CRA 1820 


Reilly 


07/24/97 



12:02 NCR 95 



Consolidated Cases. 



439 



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September 2, 1997 



12:5 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 

Patrick Orlando Crump v_ Department of Human Resources 

Ronald L. Hadley v. Department of Human Resources 

Garland M. Jessup v. Guilford County Child Support Enforcement 

Walter Hawk v. Department of Human Resources 

Roger G Foster v. Department of Human Resources 

Charlie T. Smith v Department of Human Resources 

Joseph Davis v. Department of Human Resources 

Joseph Michael Eubanks v. Department of Human Resources 

Vonzell Barker v. Department of Human Resources 

Charles F- King v. Department of Human Resources 

Monty G, Cox v. Randolph County Child Support Enforcement Agency 

Steven Van Linker v Department of Human Resources 

Barry Tukes Sr v- C.S.E. 

Monty G. Cox v. Randolph County Child Support Enforcement Agency 

Willie L Berry v Department of Human Resources 

Tony Orlando Steele v. Department of Human Resources 

Carl Locklear v Department of Human Resources 

Tollie Woods v Department of Human Resources 

Charles L. Raynor v. Department of Human Resources 

Robert Walker v. Intercept Tax Refunds 

Justin M Woazeah, Sr. v, Deparuneni of Human Resources 

William A. Underhill v Department of Human Resources 

Almiron J, Deis v. Deparmient of Human Resources 

Ander L- GarTield v Deparunent of Human Resources 

Edward Stuteville v. Department of Human Resources 

David Hobson v. Department of Human Resources 

Gregory D. Simpson v. Department of Human Resources 

Donald Ray Archie v. Department of Human Resources 

John W Liverman v. Department of Human Resources 

Vincent L. Martin v. Department of Human Resources 

David Fraizer v Department of Human Resources 

Golet Holloway. Jr. v. Department of Human Resources 

Jeffrey Pierce v. Deparunent of Human Resources 

Patrick Orlando Crump v. Department of Human Resources 

William C. Rivera v. Department of Human Resources 

L^nora McCracken v Department of Human Resources 

Lee R. Jones v. Department of Human Resources 

Cecil Hall v Department of Human Resources 

Neil G. McGilberry v. Department of Human Resources 

Devin J. Bello v. Department of Human Resources 

Scott M. Rodriguez v. Department of Human Resources 

Sean Heitz v. Department of Human Resources 

Nathan S laxrkhart Sr v. Department of Human Resources 

Scott James Petrill v. Department of Human Resources 

Daniel E. Carpenter v. Department of Human Resources 

Daryl E. Shankle v. Child Support Enforcement Agency 

Jeffrey William Strama v. Deparunent of Human Resources 

Tommy L. Hines Sr. v. Forsyth County Child Support Enforcement 

Irvan Jemal Fontenot v. Department of Human Resources 

Pearlie Blakney v. Department of Human Resources 

Leroy Grooms v. Department of Human Resources 

Sarah Chambers v. Deparunent of Human Resources 

Leroy Grooms v Department of Human Resources 

Theodore McCleese v. Department of Human Resources 

William A- Rogers v. Department of Human Resources 

Mark R. Kearney v. Deparunent of Human Resources 

Michael J. Powell v. Department of Human Resources 

Joseph Davis v Deparunent of Human Resources 

James G Davis v. Department of Human Resources 

Randy Gavurnik v. Department of Human Resources 

Curtis Leon Mock v. Department of Human Resources 

Daniel E. Carpenter v. Department of Human Resources 

Guy R Auger v Brunswick County Child Support Enforcement 

David F- Norman v, Deparunent of Human Resources 

David Hobson v. Department of Human Resources 

Linda Wade-Hargrove v. Deparunent of Human Resources 

Regina C. Sullivan v. Department of Human Resources 



CASE 




DATE OF 


>fUMBER 


ALJ 


DECLSION 


96 CRA 1866*" 


Gray 


08/18/97 


96CRA 1892 


Reilly 


07/18/97 


96 CRA 1898 


Becton 


07/11/97 


96 CRA 1943 


Phipps 


08/13/97 


97 CRA 0043 


Phipps 


06/19/97 


97 CRA 0280 


Reilly 


06/16/97 


97 CRA 0436*" 


Phipps 


08/11/97 


97 CRA 0477 


Reilly 


07/18/97 


97 CRA 0620 


Becton 


08/12/97 


97 CRA 0720 


Reilly 


07/30/97 


96CSE 1235*" 


Becton 


08/12/97 


96 CSE 1249*- 


Becton 


07/11/97 


96 CSE 1277 


Mann 


07/01/97 


96 CSE 1278*" 


Becton 


08/12/97 


96 CSE 1319 


Gray 


06/25/97 


96 CSE 1337 


Mann 


06/30/97 


96 CSE 1338 


Mann 


07/07/97 


96 CSE 1340*' 


Morrison 


08/04/97 


96 CSE 1382 


Becton 


07/11/97 


96 CSE 1384 


Morrison 


07/24/97 


96 CSE 1453*" 


Chess 


07/22/97 


96 CSE 1455 


Mann 


07/18/97 


96 CSE 1456 


Gray 


06/25/97 


96 CSE 1480*' 


Morrison 


07/15/97 


96 CSE 1508*'' 


Mann 


08/13/97 


96 CSE 1521*" 


Phipps 


07/24/97 


96 CSE 1527 


Reilly 


06/25/97 


96 CSE 1558 


Becton 


07/11/97 


96 CSE 1568 


Becton 


07/11/97 


96 CSE 1574 


Gray 


08/04/97 


96 CSE 1610*'" 


Chess 


07/18/97 


96 CSE 1611 


Becton 


07/11/97 


96 CSE 1613 


Mann 


06/30/97 


96 CSE 1614*" 


Gray 


08/18/97 


96 CSE 1622 


Mann 


06/18/97 


96 CSE 1644 


Mann 


06/30/97 


96 CSE 1719*' 


Phipps 


07/10/97 


96 CSE 1750*' 


Mann 


07/10/97 


96 CSE 1766*" 


Becton 


07/15/97 


96 CSE 1774 


Phipps 


07/16/97 


96 CSE 1817*' 


Gray 


06/25/97 


96 CSE 1909 


Chess 


07/22/97 


96 CSE 1910 


Phipps 


07/16/97 


96 CSE 1914 


Morrison 


07/30/97 


96 CSE 1917*'= 


Phipps 


07/25/97 


96 CSE 1977 


Becton 


07/11/97 


96 CSE 2043 


Becton 


07/11/97 


97 CSE 0015 


Reilly 


07/18/97 


97 CSE 0223 


Becton 


07/11/97 


97 CSE 0254 


Phipps 


07/24/97 


97 CSE 0258*' 


Becton 


07/18/97 


97 CSE 0278 


Morrison 


06/16/97 


97 CSE 0297*' 


Becton 


07/18/97 


97 CSE 0353 


Morrison 


08/05/97 


97 CSE 0410 


Gray 


06/25/97 


97 CSE 0417 


Reilly 


08/07/97 


97 CSE 0418 


Becton 


08/12/97 


97 CSE 0435*" 


Phipps 


08/11/97 


97 CSE 0448 


Gray 


07/28/97 


97 CSE 0454 


Morrison 


08/04/97 


97 CSE 0490 


Mann 


06/17/97 


97 CSE 0501*'- 


Phipps 


07/25/97 


97 CSE 0600 


Morrison 


07/18/97 


97 CSE 0672 


Gray 


07/28/97 


97 CSE 1747*" 


Phipps 


07/24/97 


97 DCS 0365 


Becton 


07/11/97 


97 DCS 0482 


Becton 


07/18/97 



PUBLISHED DECISION 
REGISTER CITATION 



72:5 



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440 



CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



AGENCY 

INSURANCE 

Joseph J. Peacock v. Deparuneni of Insurance 

JUSTICE 

Imran Ramnarine v Deparuneni of Jusiice. Company Police Program 

Alarm Systems Licensing Board 

Kim Brian Phelps v Alarm Systems Licensing Board 

Education and Training Standards Division 

Charles Thomas Ohnmachi. Jrv. Criml. Justice Ed/Training Stds. Comm, 
James Haywood Mathews, Jr. v. Criml Justice Ed, /Training Stds, Comm- 
Chrisiopher Lee v. Criminal Justice Ed. & Training Standards Comm. 
Frank Arlander Hearne v. Criml. Justice Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 
Audrey McDonald Rodgers v Sheriffs' Ed. & Training Sids. Comm. 

Private Protective Ser\ices Board 

Private Protective Services Board v. Phillip L. Hanson 

Ronald Anthony Bobeck v. Private Protective Services Board 

PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Karen L. Holgersen v. Department of Public Instruction 

Meridith Kirkpatrick, by her parent. Susan Kirkpatrick and Meridith 

Kirkpatrick. Individually v. Lenoir County Board of Education 
Brenda Joyce Brooks Lovely v. State Board of Education 



CASE 




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07/31/97 




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06/02/97 




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Morrison 


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STATE PERSONNEL 



Brunswick Community College 

Dr Donald W Skinner v Brunswick Community College 

Correction 

Rodney Jones. Paula Hawkins. James McKoy v. Dept. of Correction 
Rodney Jones, Paula Hawkins, James McKoy v. Dept. of Correction 
Rodney Jones, Paula Hawkins, James McKoy v. Dept. of Correction 
Larry Wayne Pruiit, Jr. v. Department of Correction 
William Hershel Bradley v. Franklin Freeman. Supi, Mark Hughes, 

Grant Spicer, .Asst Supt. Wade Hatley, et al. Department of Correction 
Dennis Harrell v Department of Correction 
Morton Floyd v New^ Hanover Department of Correction 

Employment Security Commission 

Broxie J. Nelson v Employment Security Commission 
Mary H. Ranson v. Employment Security Commission 

Human Resources 

Glen Sutton v. Cumberland County Department of Social Services 
Clifton Dean Hill v Department of Human Resources 
Calvin E. Kaiser v Southeastern Mental Health Center 
Edward Percell Eason v. Department of Human Resources 

Public Instruction 

Frances Phillips Melott v. Department of Public Instruction 

University of North Carolina 

Diane Riggsbee-Raynor v. UNC at Chapel Hill 
Darrell J Hampton v. NC Central University 

STATE TREASURER 

Shelby H. Underwood, et.al. v. Trustees Teachers/St. Emp Ret. S\s. 



TRANSPORTATION 

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441 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



September!, 1997 



12:5 



NORTH CAROLINA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM 



1 he North Carolina Administrative Code (NCAC) has four major subdivisions of rules. Two of these, 
titles and chapters, are mandatory. Tfie major subdivision of the NCAC is the title. Each major 
department in the North Carolina executive branch of government has been assigned a title number. 
Titles are further broken down into chapters which shall be numerical in order. The other two, 
subchapters and sections are optional subdivisions to be used by agencies when appropriate. 



TITLE 



TITLE/MAJOR DIVISIONS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE 
DEPARTMENT LICENSING BOARDS CHAPTER 



1 


Administration 


Acupuncture 


1 


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Agriculture 


Architecture 


2 


3 


Auditor 


Auctioneers 


4 


4 


Commerce 


Barber Examiners 


6 


5 


Correction 


Certified Public Accountant Examiners 


8 


6 


Council ot State 


Chiropractic Examiners 


10 


7 


Cultural Resources 


General Contractors 


12 


8 


Elections 


Cosmetic Art Examiners 


14 


9 


Governor 


Dental Examiners 


16 


10 


Human Resources 


Dietetics/Nutrition 


17 


11 


Insurance 


Electrical Contractors 


18 


i: 


Justice 


Electrolysis 


19 


13 


Labor 


Foresters 


20 


14A 


Crime Control & Public Safety 


Geologists 


21 


15A 


Environment, Health, and Natural 


Hearing Aid Dealers and Fitters 


22 




Resources 


Landscape Architects 


26 


16 


Public Education 


Landscape Contractors 


28 


17 


Revenue 


Marital and Family Therapy 


31 


18 


Secretary of State 


Medical Examiners 


32 


19A 


Transportation 


Midwifery Joint Committee 


33 


20 


Treasurer 


Mortuary Science 


34 


*21 


Occupational Licensing Boards 


Nursing 


36 


22 


Administrative Procedures 


Nursing Home Administrators 


37 


23 


Community Colleges 


Occupational Therapists 


38 


24 


Independent Agencies 


Opticians 


40 


25 


State Personnel 


Optometry 


42 


26 


Administrative Hearings 


Osteopathic Examination & Reg. (Repealed) 


44 


27 


NC State Bar 


Pastoral Counselors, Fee-Based Practicing 


45 






Pharmacy 


46 






Physical Therapy Examiners 


48 






Plumbing. Heating & Fire Sprinkler Contractors 


50 






Podiatry Examiners 


52 






Professional Counselors 


53 






Psychology Board 


54 






Professional Engineers & Land Surveyors 


56 






Real Estate Appraisal Board 


57 






Real Estate Commission 


58 






Refrigeration Examiners 


60 






Sanitarian Examiners 


62 






Social Work Certification 


63 






Soil Scientists 


69 






Speech & Language Pathologists & Audiologists 


64 






Substance Abuse Professionals 


68 






Therapeutic Recreation Certification 


65 






Veterinary Medical Board 


66 



Note: Title 2 1 contains the chapters of the various occupational licensing boards. 



12:5 



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September!, 1997 



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